Doorvest Startup bags $2.5M seed round

Doorvest Startup bags $2.5M seed round.

Business : Doorvest, a startup that finds and renovates investment properties, has raised $2.5 million in a seed round led by Mucker Capital. The company says it aims to create a modern way for people to own high-yield rental homes completely online.

Hong Kong-based Klook, a platform for travel booking, raised $200 million in a Series E round led by Aspex Management. The new round brings total funding to date for the 7-year-old company to around $721 million.

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Sports drink startup Gainful raised $7.5 million in a Series A round led by BrandProject and Courtside Ventures. The San Francisco startup offers customized electrolyte drink mixes for subscription customers.

Colombia-based real estate tech startup La Haus raised $35 million in a Series B round led by Greenspring Associates. The company is looking to build a real estate marketplace for Latin America that will facilitate the home-buying and selling process.

Carbyne, developer of a cloud-native emergency services platform, closed a $25 million Series B1 round led by Hanaco Ventures and ELSTED Capital Partners. The financing comes after the New York-based company watched annual recurring revenue grow 350 percent last year.