Miguel Amaro Raises $3.5M in Series A Funding for UniPlaces1 min read

Tech Startup News headlines: Uniplaces raises $3.5M in funding

Check out Founders Network members making tech startup news headlines in this week’s member news roundup. Founders Network offers peer mentorship for over 500 tech startup founders. To learn more about FN, please visit www.foundersnetwork.com

Miguel AmaroMiguel Amaro‘s Startup UniPlaces raises $3.5M in Series A funding (via Natasha Lomas, TechCrunch). UniPlaces is the fastest-growing international website for booking student accommodations online.

Michael MeinhardtMichael Meinhardt, Founder of Cloudwords announces they are the 1st marketing globalization platform to integrate with Oracle Marketing Cloud (via Marketwired). Cloudwords accelerates content globalization at scale, dramatically reducing the cost, complexity and turnaround time required for the localization of all marketing content.

Stacy ChapmanStacy Chapman, Founder of SwoopTalent announces a strategic partnership with TalentCircles (via PRWeb). SwoopTalent is a subscription based sourcing platform which semantically searches a range of social platforms to identify, match and rank quality passive candidates for recruiters, and then uses the social networks of employees to connect, reference check and refer these candidates for faster, more effective hiring.

taylor umphreysTaylor Umphreys, Founder of Zuli announces that they have simplified the smart home (via Michael Brown, PC Advisor). Zuli is creating a brand new experience for the home, in which the home adapts to who you are, what room you’re in, and what your preferences are to make you more comfortable and energy efficient.

Alec MatiasAlec Matias‘ startup Pawzii wins the Edg3 Fund competition (via Kitsapsun Peninsula Business Journal). Pawzii is on a pet-focused mission to rescue the lost, rehabilitate the injured, and rehome the abandoned.

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