Australian-founded, Texas-based ecommerce company BigCommerce has raised US$64 million ($85 million) in a funding round led by Goldman Sachs, with participation from existing backers General Catalyst, GGV Capital, and Tenaya Capital.
One of the latest DMS platforms to launch with a particular focus on the powersports – for example motorbikes, jetskis, and bicycles – space is Blackpurl.
Ecommerce software provider Bigcommerce has announced its acquisition of Zing, a provider of mobile retail technologies.
Every country has its own iconic string of festivals revolving around national holidays, religious events, cultural values and more. It’s no wonder that Austin, Texas-based startup Everfest wants to capitalise on the world’s love of festivals and establish itself as the leader in this space.
It was only six months ago that Bigcommerce closed a $40m investment round (totalling $75 million in funding so far). The round was led by AOL co-founder Steve Case. Everything behind the scenes has been leading up to Bigcommerce preparing to significantly expand its product portfolio and commerce platform, which is currently used by over 50,000 businesses in 137 countries around the world. Next step, world domination in the ecommerce space.
Over the past 9 weeks our Blogger Simon Walker has shared with us his 20 day adventure in which he looked at the startup scene of 10 US cities, the final episode airs this week on shoestring.com.au – so let’s have a look back over the past 9 weeks at the previous episodes.