AIB seed capital fund Dublin Business Innovation Centre has joined the investment consortium at online video content business VideoElephant.
Exponent Private Equity has exited its interest in media intelligence business Gorkana Group through a deal worth £200 million.
The founding team at event discovery start-up KweekWeek are financing a new growth push using a $3.25 million capital injection from private angel investors.
Ticketbis has now raised €10 million since founding in 2009 after closing a new deal worth €5.2 million backed by European VC firm ACTIVE Venture Partners.
With a mission to surface the best art for the most people, whether for sale or not, ArtStack has experienced rapid uptake and built a global community of art appreciators.
With many publishers caught in limbo and needing to decide how content will be made digital, Contentment is providing a way to publish via the cloud onto tablets and mobiles.
For fledgling writers, getting exposure and traction is hard work as thousands other clamour for a share. Now Ether Books has created a way for writers and readers to be connected using a mobile-first approach.
Ever wanted to feel like a world class DJ? Mash Machine's product is making it more accessible and has a number of new applications in the pipeline.
Digital news company BuzzFeed has now raised $96.3 million worth of external investment following its latest growth capital deal.
Advertising platform Admedo has convinced four venture capital investors to back its growth, and raised $2 million in the process.
Unruly co-founder and COO Sarah Wood tells GrowthBusiness how she and her team are fusing marketing, advertising and technology to create a leading global 'madtech' company.
London-based technology company Driftrock has closed a $1 million funding round led by venture capital firm Forward Partners and bolstered by angel investors.
Interactive TV and learning application Hopster has turned to both institutional and private investors to secure a funding round worth seven figures.
Squawka, a service which describes itself as a 'digital companion' for football fans, has drawn investment from Forward Internet Group founder Neil Hutchinson and Spark Ventures chairman Tom Teichman.
A new fund created by part of the team behind Ingenious Ventures has been launched with a fundraising benchmark of £150 million.
London-listed Learning Technologies Group has bought LINE for £9 million in a cash and share-based deal.
Content acquisition platform ScreenHits has utilised government investment tax incentives to raise $1.2 million of funding to aid growth.
London venture capital firm Balderton Capital has invested in news and events platform Banjo for a second time.
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