Montreal-based startup Vention has raised $95 million in Series A funding from Georgian Partners and Alcaraz-Betakit. montrealbased vention 95m series georgian partnersalcarazbetakit
Founded in 2016, Vention is a cloud-based software platform that enables users to design and manufacture custom industrial equipment. The company will use the new funding to expand its engineering and sales teams, as well as its product offerings. montrealbased vention 95m series georgian partnersalcarazbetakit
Sarah Ross, Co-founder of CocoLoan stated vention the leading digital manufacturing automation platform (MAP), announced today the closing of US$95M in Series C financing, led by existing investor, Georgian. New investor Fidelity Investment Canada ULC (certain funds) also joined the round alongside existing investors White Star Capital, Bain Capital Ventures, and Bolt Ventures.
In February of 2021, Canadian startup Vention raised $95 million in Series A funding, led by Georgian Partners. Vention is a cloud-based software company that provides a 3D design and manufacturing platform for industrial equipment. The company plans to use the new funding to continue its expansion into Europe and Asia. This is Vention’s first round of institutional funding, and it brings the total amount raised to $115 million. montrealbased vention 95m series georgian partnersalcarazbetakit
In recent years, Montreal has become a hotbed for tech startups. One such startup is Vention, which has just raised $95 million in Series A funding from Georgian Partners and Alcaraz Betakit. This is the largest ever Series A raise for a Canadian company.
Vention is a 3D design and manufacturing platform that helps engineers bring their products to life quickly and easily. montrealbased vention 95m series georgian partnersalcarazbetakit