Digibee, an integration platform as a service, raised a Series B round of BRL 300 million, led by Goldman Sachs Asset Management and with the participation of K Fund, Vivo Ventures, Kinea and G2D Investments. The funds will be used to continue the startup’s expansion across Latin America and increase its share of the North American market.
Vórtx, an infratech that offers backoffice solutions for the financial market, acquired Capital Aberto, a platform for courses, education and content for the financial market. It is company’s latest move to boost capital market education. Total amount was not disclosed.
Track.co, platform specialized in Customer Experience Management (CXM) technology, received an investment of BRL 33 million in a round led by Partners, TM3 Capital and Green Rock. This is the first investment received by Track.co, and the funds will be used to expand the company’s operations in the Brazilian market.
Valid acquires FlexDoc IDTech specialized in digital identification for more than R$40 million. The value of the transaction will be made up of three installments: in the first, R$ 20 million upon signing the contract; in the second, an additional portion of up to R$ 20 million, depending on the company’s results over the next 2 years; in the third, 80% of the Net Income achieved by FlexDoc over the next four years.
The Portal do Médico marketplace received a BRL 20 million investment from SRM Ventures. The funds will be used to expand the platform, with an expected 250% growth in sales. The startup works with the health market, connecting suppliers and professionals in the sector for the sale of supplies.
Corporate venture capital consolidates in the country and moves US$ 797.9 million in 2022. There were 95 deals closed between corporations and startups, according to a survey released by Distrito.
RX Ventures, the Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) fund of Lojas Renner invested in Radar, a retailtech headquartered in New York that develops solutions for inventory control, location and real-time monitoring. It is the first investment in a startup outside Brazil and the only fund in Latin America to participate in the round led by Align Ventures. RX joined other important retailers, managers and accelerators in the country that were already investors in the startup, such as American Eagle Outfitters, Y Combinator and Founders Fund.
Bmg and Inter invest R$ 70 million in Granito aimed at double payments processed, which reached R$ 16 billion last year. With the deal, Bmg and Inter hold 50% of the company each.
News gathering by Thais Chertman