Pet Krewe Inc has raised an undisclosed amount through a seed funding round led by Jimmy Roussel, the CEO of New Orleans Startup Fund.

Pet Krewe is a premier pet costume retailer based in the US.

The firm intends to use the funds to improve marketing, secure branded entertainment licenses, and develop its internal pet tech augmented reality element.

Mercedes Benz Australia has secured A$100m ($73.93m) through a public offering of senior notes.

Mercedes Benz Australia is a subsidiary of Mercedes-Benz, a division of Daimler AG.

The notes will pay a fixed annual coupon rate of 2.75% until they mature on 10 August 2021.

The Black Dress Company (UK) Ltd has raised an undisclosed amount through its fourth funding round.

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Based in the UK, The Black Dress is an online retailer of occasion wear.

The firm intends to use the funds for expansion, technology improvement, job creation, as well as for introducing brand party dresses for 2018/19.

GoLong has raised funding from Midas Capital plc through a series A round.

The funding round has also involved participation from Qianhai Fund of Funds and Fortune Link.

GoLong is an e-commerce firm based in China, while Midas Capital is an investment company based in the UK.

“The company will expand its presence at the airport with the addition of 9,000ft² in the next two years.”

Tesco and Carrefour intend to form a long-term strategic partnership for combining their product expertise and sourcing techniques.

The partnership will enable the joint purchase of own-brand products and goods not for resale, while supporting the relationship with global suppliers.

The collaboration will be governed by a three-year operational framework, which will allow retailers to improve the quality and selection of products to be offered at lower prices.

Hudson Group has expanded its partnership for ten years with Boston Logan International Airport in the US.

Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) and MarketPlace Logan have awarded the contract to Hudson Group.

Hudson will add 40 stores in the retail space across Terminals A, B, C, and E. Brands under the contract will include Hudson, Ink by Hudson, Tech on the Go, 5th and Sunset, MAC, Tumi, and Vineyard Vines.

The company will expand its presence at the airport with the addition of 9,000ft² in the next two years.

Hudson Group is currently operational in Terminals B, C, and E.

Brandless has raised $240m through a series C funding round led by Softbank Vision Fund.

The funding round has also involved the participation of its existing investors NEA, Redpoint Ventures, GV, and Sherpa Capital.

The firm intends to use the funds for providing high-quality products, improve operations and logistics platforms, as well as to meet the increasing customer demand.