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Xtium cloud-hosting firm raises $2M [Startup Roundup]

Xtium raises $2 million, Wash Cycle Laundry closes a round and First Round Capital re-ups its investment in DogVacay.

WHO’S GETTING FUNDED?

AboutOne, the the Paoli-based family management platform, raised $1.8 million, according to an SEC filing.

Xtium, the King of Prussia cloud-hosting company , raised $2 million, according to an SEC filing. It raised another $2 million last November.

Wash Cycle Laundry, the GoodCompany Group graduate that offers sustainable laundry service, closed a round of funding with Robin Hood Ventures and Investors’ Circle, said founder Gabriel Mandujano. He did not disclose the amount of the round.

First Round Capital participated in a $15 Series B million round for DogVacay, a Santa Monica, Calif.-based AirBnB for petsitting, GigaOM reported. First Round Capital had already previously invested in DogVacay.

WHO’S MAKING MOVES?

Point.io, the Wayne-based enterprise software company, added former Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce Entrepreneur of the Year Michael Sanchez to its Board of Directors, according to a release. Sanchez is the CEO of Savana, a Berwyn-based enterprise software company.

FeedbackLoop, the crowdfunded monthly music subscription service, has partnered with a teacher in South Korea to fund and distribute an original song written by her music students. Read more on the FeedbackLoop blog.

Companies: Point.io / AboutOne / Artists & Instigators / First Round Capital / Wash Cycle Laundry / Xtium

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