Carmel Ventures

  • Ad Tech Company eXelate Raises $12M C Round Led By NewSpring Capital

    Ad Tech Company eXelate Raises $12M C Round Led By NewSpring Capital

    Ad tech company eXelate, a provider of data and analytics to help advertisers know more about who to target and how, has announced that it’s raised a $12 million C round, led by NewSpring Capital with participation from existing investors Carmel Ventures, Menlo Ventures and Trident Capital. The new capital brings the total raised by eXelate to $32 million, following its $15 million B… Read More

  • RealMatch Scores $4.7M, New CEO For Online Recruitment Ad Network

    RealMatch, which operates a distributed recruitment ad network, has secured $4.7 million in second-round funding from Carmel Ventures and previous investor Baytech Venture Capital. The investment will be used to boost sales and marketing efforts in the US. In conjunction with the financing round, RealMatch has appointed Marcel Legrand, a former SVP at Monster.com, as its new chief… Read More

  • LiveU Raises $11 Million For Wireless Video Transmission Technology

    LiveU, which markets solutions for live video transmissions over wireless networks, this morning announced that it has raised $11 million in Series C funding. The round was led by Pitango Venture Capital and joined by existing investors Carmel Ventures and Canaan Partners. LiveU has raised a total of $23 million in venture capital to date. Read More

  • SundaySky Automatically Turns Web Content Into Videos, Raises $9 Million

    SundaySky, a company that has developed technology capable of extracting content from any website and molding it into videos created on-the-fly, has raised $9 million in Series B financing. The round was led by Norwest Venture Partners with follow-on investments from Carmel Ventures and Globespan Capital Partners. Founded in 2006, SundaySky provides e-businesses with a solution that… Read More

  • eXelate Raises $15 Million For Behavioral Targeting Data Marketplace

    eXelate, a New York-based provider of data management tools for online publishers and operator of an open marketplace for audience targeting data, has raised $15 million in Series B funding in a round led by Silicon Valley’s Menlo Ventures with participation of Israeli VC firm Carmel Ventures. The latter led the company’s initial $4 million financing round back in October 2007. Read More

  • Snaptu Hits 10 Million Users, Raises $6 Million More From Carmel And Sequoia

    Exclusive – Snaptu, the company that aims to bring a smartphone-like experience to regular handsets, hit an important milestone today: 10 million registered users. Coincidentally, the announcement comes at a time when the startup is disclosing that it has secured $6 million in Series B funding in a round led by Carmel Ventures and joined by early backer Sequoia Capital. As a result of… Read More

  • Work Management Software Maker Clarizen Raises $8 Million More

    Clarizen, provider of online work and project management software, has secured $8 million more in a Series C round of venture capital funding led by DAG Ventures, Benchmark Capital and Carmel Ventures. The total amount of venture capital invested in the company, which was founded in 2005, now totals $24 million. The company provides collaborative project management software that allows… Read More

  • Kontera Raises $15.5M For Annoying In-Text Advertising Technology

    In-text advertising technology provider Kontera has raised $15.5 million from its current investors Sequoia Capital, Carmel Ventures and Tenaya Capital, the former venture capital arm of Lehman Brothers. This is the second Israeli startup to announce multi-million VC rounds today after 5min informed the public about its $7.5 million Series B round, and once again first reported by business… Read More

  • Social Search Engine Delver On Death Watch

    We’ve contacted the company to confirm, but former engineer of the Israeli startup Aviran Mordo is reporting on his blog that the social search company Delver has failed to secure follow-up financing due to the drought in VC activity and will be closing shop in 30 days unless they find a buyer. The company has raised $4 million from a single investor, Carmel Ventures, and was –… Read More