The Alphabet subsidiary invested $25m to lead a round for the musical education app developer that was also backed by Hearst Ventures and Qualcomm Ventures.
Israel-based music learning app developer JoyTunes has secured $50m in a funding round led by GV, a corporate venture capital subsidiary of internet and technology group Alphabet, at a $1bn valuation, Calcalist reported yesterday. The round also featured Qualcomm Ventures, the corporate venturing arm of mobile chipmaker Qualcomm, and Hearst Ventures, the venture capital division…
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