Getting a startup funded isn’t easy. Startups at some stage in the process of creating businesses requires cash infusion. Investors are always looking for opportunities to invest in that innovative and disrupting idea to support. Of course with the hope to exit profitably. The following 9 startups won investors’ confidence and received funding in the last seven days.

  • San Mateo-based First To File, a developer of document management software used to manage trademark, patent, and other IP documentation,  raised $2M in a Series B venture capital financing round. The round was led by Foundation Capital.
  • StackMob, a developer of software used to deploy and manage mobile applications,  raised $7.5M. The new funding was led by Trinity Ventures.
  • Sococo, a developer of “social communications” software for companies,secured $4M in a new investment round. Source of the new funding was not disclosed.
  • Hara, a developer of environmental and energy management software, raised $25M in a Series C funding round. The round was led by Focus Ventures.
  • Mountain View-based WSO2, a developer of SOA middleware, scored $6.5M in a new funding round, the firm said today. The firm said the growth financing was led by Quest Software.
  • EventBrite, which helps event organizers get the word out and manage ticketing at their events, secured a whopping $50M in a new round of funding. The Series E funding came from Tiger Global Management LLC.
  • MongoLab, which develops a cloud-based version of the MongoDB database software,  raised $3M in a Series A funding. The round was led by The Foundry Group.
  • Burlingame-based Jobvite, which develops online, social recruiting software, scored$15M in a Series C funding round. The round was led by trident Capital.
  • VuClip, a provider of mobile video services, raised $8M in a Series C funding round. The new funding came from existing investors New Enterprise Associates and JAFCO