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Here are five companies that announced they raised funding this week, and you can see previous roundups here.
>>Careem raised a $60 million Series C round from new investor Abraaj Group bringing the Dubai-based startup’s total funding to $71.7 million.
Careem is a private car booking mobile app and is also tied to Etihad’s loyalty program.
>>Veeve (formerly Vive) raised a $5.2 million Series A round from new investor Smedvig Capital bringing the London-based startup’s total funding to $7.3 million.
Veeve is a booking site for home rentals in destinations around the world. The startup launched in 2011 and its rebranding coincides with a major overhaul of its senior management team, including the appointment of Generator Hostels’ executive chairman and former Opodo and British Airways exec, Carl Michel, who joins as chairman. Veeve says since its launch more than 1,000 property owners have signed up to use the site.
>>PeerSpace raised a $5 million Series A round from new investor Foundation Capital and existing investor Structure Capital bringing the San Francisco-based startup’s total funding to $7.8 million.
PeerSpace is a marketplace for discovering meetings and convention venues. The startup launched in 2013 and has recently expanded in New York City after originally launching in San Francisco and Los Angeles. PeerSpace hired a new COO, Rusty von Waldburg, away from Square and also hired Former CFO of Airbnb, Andrew Swain.
>>TripScope raised a $1.2 million Series A round from new investors Erik Blachford (former Expedia CEO), PLC Ventures and Wavemaker Ventures and existing investor Amplify bringing the Venice, California-based startup’s total funding to $1.5 million.
Founded in 2013, TripScope is a marketplace for virtual travel planning and mobile concierge services with live travel agents. The agent site allows agents to send traveler itineraries directly to their clients’ smartphones for them to view on TripScope’s mobile app.
>>Tripvisto raised a $1 million Series A round from new investor Gobi Partners and the Jakarta, Indonesia-based startup previously raised an undisclosed seed funding round.
Tripvisto sells tour packages to travelers.