ChartIQ Preps Growth Spurt, Product Expansion Following New Funding

The $17.4 million investment will drive growth across all areas of the company, officials say.

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The vendor plans to double staff numbers overall

Charlottesville, VA-based charting and analytics provider ChartIQ plans to double in size as a result of raising $17.4 million in a Series B funding round led by German private equity firm Digital+ Partners.

The Series B is ChartIQ’s largest cash infusion to date, having previously raised $1 million in seed funding from ValueStream Ventures, Social Leverage and Tribeca Angels, and a further $4 million in a Series A funding round led by Illuminate Financial with participation from the seed

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