Top 15 Startups that Made BUZZ in October 2015

A lot of startups were seen on spotlight during October 2015, however, only a few happen to attract massive attention. The reason is of course the value that they bring and the problem they solve.

Here are top 15 startups that made huge buzz during October 2015. Read More

AlienVault Eyes Towards IPO with Successful $52M Round

AlienVault; the hybrid threat management solutions platform which is combined with a crowd-sourced threat intelligence platform has recently announced a $52 million investment round.

AlienVault with 24,000 registered users and 2,200 paying customers is making buzz around. The number of active customers is reported to be  increasing 300-400 customers every quarter. So, there’s nothing to speculate why the investors chose the company. Of course, the fast pace growth is enough reason for them to take decision! Read More

CloudFlare with $110 Million Round Hints IPO Next Year

CloudFlare has announced a $110 million round led by Fidelity Investments and according to experts whenever a big round is led by a public market investor like Fidelity, it’s like firing off a flare that the IPO moment is coming! Read More

Kik Raises $50M From Tencent Making a Total of $120.5M So Far

Kik, the Canadian company behind the messaging app “Kik” is backed with $50M worth of funding from one of its partners. The funder is China’s Tencent (also the biggest internet company in China).

With this huge funding round, the total funding of Kik’s jumps to $120.5M. Kik’s CEO, Ted Livingston, announced the funding. Read More

Alteryx Scores $85 Million As Growth Spurt Continues

Alteryx; the business analytics tool makers has recently announced an $85 million round that comes on top of the $60 million deal last October. The huge funding flow this year and the accumulated sum from the previous rounds together makes it an impressive $163 million!

The round was led by Iconiq Capital and Insight Venture Partners. Meritech Capital Partners also participated. Read More

Monclarity Raises 5M & Launches Brainwell; The Brain Training App

Monclarity, a company formed by world-renowned neuropsychologist and neuroscientist Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg and technology visionary and game creator Anatoly Tikhman, today launched Brainwell, a comprehensive brain training application.

The app is available on iOS, Kindle, Android and of course on the web! Read More

Applied BioMath Succeeds to Raise $1.36 Million

Applied BioMath; an advanced mathematical modeling software for pharmaceutical research and development has recently raised $1,360,000 of funding.

The company is a biotechnology firm but it doesn’t make any drugs. Rather it develops advanced mathematical analysis tools for the research and development purposes which in turn help make the drugs better and faster. Read More

Atlas Wearables Receives $1.1 Million of Funding to Supercharge its Operations Atlas Wearabl

Atlas Wearables a revolutionary activity identification consumer wearables manufacturer receives $1.1 million against the goal amount of $0.75 million.

The company focuses on people who exercise and coach and manufactures some great gadgets for the same.

Products include devices and software that help anyone take control of their workout routine. Simply call the true activity trackers. For instance, a single on-wrist device that can track your body on the x-, y- and z-axes. It’s so precise, it can tell the difference between push-ups vs. triangle push-ups, bicep curls vs alternating bicep curls and squats vs dead lifts. Read More

NewsLanucher Raises $300,000 in Recent Round of Funding

NewsLauncher, a content marketing platform for sponsored editorial content has recently received $300,000 funding.

News Launcher is a highly useful platform for small businesses looking for huge PR boost in limited budget. Sponsored Editorial Content seems to be a new formula in online marketing, but it’s certainly going to be the next big thing. Read More

Zone Access Technologies Raises $0.5 Million Recently

Zone Access Technologies, a low cost broadband for buildings receives $500,000 in a recent round of funding.

As worldwide users and data are growing, the carriers such as Verizon and AT&T are being forced to move data service from cell towers to in-building cell systems. This is mainly to provide an uninterrupted service to users. Read More