Goop has raised $50m from Lightspeed Venture Partners through a Series C financing round.

Goop is a US-based digital media and e-commerce services provider, while Lightspeed is a venture capital firm.

The proceeds from the round, which was closed on 30 March, are intended to be used by the company to expand its business worldwide.

LyncMed Medical Technology (Beijing) has raised $17.5m through a Series B financing round.

Based in China, LyncMed operates B2B medical device trading platform, which offers disposable medical products.

The funding round was closed on 2 April and led by investment firm Chunxiao Capital.

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“Artemest intends to use the funds to fortify its position and enhance its growth and supplier base.”

Yunqi Partners, Morningside Venture Capital and Intco Medical also contributed to the financing round.

Italian handmade decor online retailer Artemest has raised $5m in a Series A financing round.

Closed on 29 March, the round was led by an investment vehicle NUO Capital.

Artemest intends to use the funds to fortify its position and enhance its growth and supplier base.

Metarain Software Solutions has secured Rs120m ($1.84m) through a venture financing round.

Based in India, Metarain Software is involved in e-pharmacy operations through the Myra app.

The firm raised Rs65m ($1m) from Dream Incubator and $0.84m from Matrix Partners and Times Internet, under the transaction.

Metarain will use the funds towards its business expansion in other countries.

MJVS Fashion Services, also known as Coutloot, has raised $1m through a pre-Series A financing round.

Based in India, Coutloot enables customers to buy and sell pre-owned clothes through its e-commerce platform.

Coutloot intends to use the proceeds to expand its geographical footprint by expanding its operations into other segments within the customer-to-customer (C2C) model.