You started a company. You sold it for over €60m. Now you’re going back to start something new from scratch. The question is: why? Why get back into the trenches and try to prove yourself all over again?
Logical Clocks, a Swedish technology company co-founded by Irishman Jim Dowling, has raised €1.25 million from investors that include Dublin-based Frontline Ventures.
Irish-founded firm uses technology developed in-house to match companies with freelance marketing specialists
Firm aiming to build accounting bank for one million entrepreneurs raises €2.5m in funding
Dublin-headquartered business travel player Roomex has raised €8m in a Series A round led by Draper Esprit. The funding round was supported by existing shareholders Frontline Ventures and Harmony Capital.
Currencyfair, a Dublin online currency exchange company, is planning an Asian expansion after snapping up a competitor based in Hong Kong.
Signal Media has closed a $16 million Series B funding round for an AI-fueled approach to media monitoring and b2b market intelligence.
Co Mayo-based fintech startup Payslip, which is led by former Taxback chief executive Fidelma McGuirk, has secured €1 million in investment.
Spirable (formerly Photospire), who provide a platform for brands to create contextual video content, today announced their latest funding round - raising £1.25m from Frontline, Downing Ventures and existing investors, 24 Haymarket and True.
Dublin and London- based early-stage B2B venture-capital firm Frontline Ventures has taken part in a $2.8 million (€2,28 million) funding seed funding round for machine-learning firm Understand.AI.
Drop Kitchen, a smart kitchen software startup based in Ireland and San Francisco, just received an $8 million Series A funding round led by Alsop Louie Partners. The round, which also included investments from Frontline, WI Harper and Irish celebrity chef Ross Lewis, brings the total investment in Drop to nearly $12 million.
Frontline Ventures, an early-stage VC firm with offices in Dublin and London, has closed a new €60 million fund — capital it will deploy by investing in B2B software companies at the pre-seed and seed stages. Those investments will range from €200,000 to €3 million, while, despite its Irish roots, Frontline now targets companies right across Europe.