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The roundings have set a record as one of the largest Series A funding in Irish history.
The investment will help the company achieve their plans to expand across Europe, with Portugal and Spain as its next targets. Part of the company's plan is adding GBP to the platform and hiring new team members.
The company currently employs eight people, and have just announced that there will be 20 new roles to fill in the next 18 months as they aim for continued growth and development on their core products and new features.
In other news, Fashion retailer invests in Swedish payment unicorn, Klarna, one of Europe's leading providers of payment solutions for e-commerce. They have announced their partnership with
A spokeswoman from Klarna declined to provide details on the exact size of the stake but hinted that it would be at least 10 percent.
Klarna is delighted to welcome such a strong partner in their company. Anders Holch Povlsen is the owner of Bestseller, one of Europe's leading fashion companies, it includes brands such as Vera Moda, Jack and Jones, Selected and Only.
Fintech startup BAM Worldwide has secured a $10 million investment led by Millstone Capital Partners.
The funding will be used by the company to expand sales, innovation and product development. They will also use the funding to invest in its team.
BAM is one of the leading providers of cash management and working capital solutions. Since their launch in 2014, BAM has helped transportation companies gain easy access to capital and technology to book loads more quickly, reduce days-to-pay, improve credit scores, and build stronger carrier relationships while increasing cash flow.
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With the funding, the company will use it for their continued global expansion, add new team members and for further investment in its proprietary