Tyler Proud reduces Dye & Durham stake below 10%
OneMove Capital Ltd., a BVI corporation controlled by Tyler Proud, disposed of ownership and control over 75,000 common shares of Dye & Durham Limited through the facilities of TSX at a price of $15.10 per share, for $1,132,500, reducing stake from 10.05% to 9.91%.
Durable secures $14M Series A
James Clift, Ross Howard-Jones, and Helio Bentes founded Durable secured $14M Series A funding led by Spark Capital with participation from existing investors Torch Capital, Altman Capital, Dash Fund, South Park Commons, Infinity Ventures, and Soma Capital.
ContactMonkey secures $55M Series A
Scott Pielsticker led ContactMonkey secured $55M Series A funding from Updata Partners. Updata Partner Braden Snyder and Operating Partner Sloan Gaon will join ContactMonkey’s board of directors.
Birdseye secures US $3M seed financing
Adam Bogoroch, Shardul Frey and Matt Bogoroch founded Birdseye secured US $3M seed financing from Drive Capital. Masha Khusid, Partner of Drive Capital, will join Birdseye’s board of directors.
Sumeru Equity Partners to take Q4 private for $257M
Sumeru Equity Partners to acquire Q4 for $257M or $174M excluding rolling shares held by Ten Coves Capital, Darrell F. Heaps, W. Neil Murdoch, and other insiders, from Fidelity Investments and other shareholders.
SmartBug Media acquires Globalia
American Discovery Capital backed SmartBug Media acquired Globalia Inc. from Jonathan Moquin, Jean-Michel Arseneau, Frédéric Fauvel, Mathieu Morin, Sacha Moquin and others.
QuoteMachine announces US $3.7M additional seed financing
Jean-Denis Rocheteau and Jonathan Muschalle founded QuoteMachine raised US $3.7M new seed funding led by Manresa Ventures with participation from Clocktower Technology Ventures and Precursor Ventures. Jackson Gates from Manresa joined QuoteMachine board.
Snappy secures Series A financing
Ricky Wang and Frank Chen founded Snappy closed Series A funding round led by Golden Section Ventures, following investment round by Celtic House Venture Partners and Celtic House Asia Partners in 2021.
Centro secures $2M pre-seed financing
Andrew Liu and Jamyang Tenzin founded Centro Commerce secured $2M in pre-seed funding led by Ripple Ventures and 2048 Ventures with participation Valia Ventures and Comma Capital. Ripple Ventures’ Dominic Lau joined Centro board.