During 2022 Autumn Season LIQUiDITY Group Deployed $250M to Late-Stage Tech Companies

Liquidity Group has deployed $250M in funding to mid-market and late-stage tech companies during

During 2022 Autumn Season LIQUiDITY Group Deployed $250M to Late-Stage Tech Companies

Liquidity Group has deployed $250M in funding to mid-market and late-stage tech companies during

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November 3, 2022
Liquidity Group has deployed $250M in funding to mid-market and late-stage tech companies during the 2022 Autumn season. This represents a 300% growth from the same period in 2021.  Below is a sample of some of our most recent partnerships from Liquidity Group’s Portfolio this season: 


After deploying funding of $50M of growth capital in 2021 to the social trading and multi-asset investment company e-Toro, Liquidity Group continued its support with additional funding to help the company grow its global presence. 

eToro was founded in 2007 with the vision of opening up global markets so anyone can trade and invest simply and transparently. The eToro Group consists of the eToro platform, our multi-asset trading and investment venue, our crypto wallet and on-chain crypto exchange.

eToro is a global community of more than 30 million registered users who share their investment strategies. The platform enables users to easily buy, hold and sell assets, monitor their portfolio in real-time, and transact whenever they want.


Liquidity Group provided a second round of funding to Infra.Market which is in addition to the $50 million in growth capital funded from Liquidity Group’s MARS Unicorn Fund in June.  

Founded by Sengupta and Aaditya Sharda in 2016, Infra.Market uses technology to provide a procurement experience for players in the construction ecosystem. It focuses on high-volume construction products under its brands and aims to solve issues such as a lack of price transparency, unreliable quality, fragmented vendor base, and inefficient logistics. 


Railsr, the London startup that rebranded from Railsbank earlier this year, has raised $46 million, a Series C coming in the form of $26 million in equity and $20 million in debt from Mars Capital Growth. CEO and co-founder Nigel Verdon said the debt will be used for the same purposes as the equity but is coming in at a lower cost. “Equity is expensive at the moment,” he said.

Railsr is a platform and financial service that enables banks, businesses, and brands to define the future of consumer and SME finance.


Mars Growth Capital, part of the Liquidity Group, provided funding to Speedoc, a health tech platform that brings hospital care to homes, helping them raise $28 million in pre-Series B funding. 

Based in Singapore, Speedoc was founded in 2017 by Dr. Shravan Verma and Serene Cai. Its services include telemedicine consultations, on-site doctor and nurse visits, virtual hospital wards, and ambulance hailing. 


Sydney-based logistics startup Ofload has raised $60 million in a Series B round of equity and $20M in debt from Liquidity Group’s Mars Growth Fund.

Founded in 2020, Ofload acquired Melbourne freight specialist CIA Logistics in its first deal to expand nationally in September this year.


Liquidity Group announced it has provided an additional $8 million in growth funding to leading nanotechnology company actnano, Inc. 

Based in Cambridge, MA, actnano, Inc. is a global leader in surface protection technologies for automotive and consumer electronics. The company’s innovative technologies can be applied directly on connectors, antennas, LEDs, and high-heat generating components providing the most comprehensive electronics protection while also protecting the health and safety of workers and the environment. The company’s gel-state advanced nanoGUARD can be found in some of the world’s leading smartphones, automobiles, home security systems, and consumer electronics and is currently protecting electronics on over 2 million production vehicles, including 80% of EVs in North America. 


ChannelSight, the e-commerce firm founded by the man who built the first Ryanair website, has secured $7 million in debt financing from Liquidity Group.  

ChannelSight has a range of featured products that can help evolve any digital strategy and optimize it for success. Implementing their products will remove competitive distractions and drive multi-product selection, ultimately increasing conversions.  


To assist digital commerce start-up DataWeave in further investing in developing new products, Liquidity Group deployed lending.

DataWeave is a digital commerce analytics SaaS platform that enables consumer brands and retailers to grow revenue and margins across online channels. The Company’s revenue optimization solutions help brands and retailers to expand their market share and optimize profitability.

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