iNovia Capital

  • Retail Software Startup LightSpeed Raises $35 Million From iNovia

    Retail Software Startup LightSpeed Raises $35 Million From iNovia

    LightSpeed wants to provide the software and services that help brick-and-mortar retailers increase sales and improve the general customer experience. To do that, the company has raised $35 million in Series B funding from iNovia Capital, with participation from previous investor Accel Partners. Read More

  • Online Targeting Company Resonate Networks Raises $5 Million

    Resonate Networks, a US-based online ad targeting company, has secured $5 million in Series A funding, led by Greycroft Partners and iNovia Capital. Greycroft partner Ian Sigalow has joined Resonate’s Board of Directors. The company had previously raised a $2 million round of funding from some big-name political figures, including Harold Ickes (deputy chief of staff under President… Read More

  • Tween Virtual World Woozworld Spins Off From Tribal Nova, Raises $3 Million

    Woozworld, a virtual world for tweens (ages 9-14), has scored $3 million in Series A financing. With the new funding round, which was led by iNovia Capital and ID Capital, a division of Telesystem Group, Woozworld will be spinning off from virtual world developer Tribal Nova, which incubated and launched Woozworld in December, 2009. Woozworld claims over 350,000 members and one million… Read More

  • StatusNet (Of Fame) Raises $875,000 To Become The WordPress Of Microblogging

    Montreal-based StatusNet, the company behind the open-source microblogging service, is closing an $875,000 seed round today. Investors include Montreal Startup, iNovia Capital, Fotolia co-founder Oleg Tscheltzoff, and Xavier Niel. The startup, which changed its name a few weeks ago from Control Yourself, raised a previous seed round of $150,000 from Montreal Startup in January… Read More