Shop Apotheke Europe intends to raise up to €100m ($123.69m) through a private placement of convertible bonds.

Based in Germany, Shop Apotheke is an online pharmacy that provides non-prescription, over-the-counter (OTC) medication, and beauty and personal care (BPC) products.

The bonds have a maturity term of five years and will offer a coupon rate between 3.5% and 4.5%.

The funds will be used to finance acquisitions, general corporate purposes and company development.

Premium Brands Holdings Corporation intends to raise C$150m ($119.1m) through a private placement of 1.28 million shares priced at C$117.35 ($93.17) a share.

Based in Canada, Premium Brands is engaged in the marketing and distribution of branded food products.

The private placement is expected to be closed on 2 May.

The firm plans to use the funds towards the acquisition of Oberto.

Carpetright intends to raise £60m ($85.12m) through either a private placement or an open offer of equity.

Based in the UK, the company is a carpet and floor covering products retailer.

Carpetright will use the funds to support its ongoing strategy, finance credit valuation adjustment costs and reduce debt.

Zimplistic (Rotimatic) has secured S$39.3m ($29.96m) through a Series C funding round.

Based in Singapore, Zimplistic is engaged in designing and manufacturing of automatic kitchen appliance robotics solutions.

Led by Credence Partners and EDBI , the funding round has also involved the participation of Robert Bosch Venture Capital GmbH and NSI Ventures .

The funding round closed on 17 April.

“Carpetright will use the funds to support its ongoing strategy, finance credit valuation adjustment costs and reduce debt.”

Inner Spirit Holdings intends to raise up to C$2.25m ($1.78m) through an initial public offering (IPO) of 15 million units priced at C$0.15 ($0.11) a unit.

Based in Canada, Inner Spirit Holdings is engaged in the production of recreational cannabis dispensaries under the Spiritleaf brand.

Leede Jones Gable is as the agent for the transaction, which is subject to the listing requirements of Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE ).

Teasure has raised funds through a pre-Series A financing round led by Fortune Venture Capital .

Based in China, Teasure is a tea house brand, while Fortune is a venture capital firm.

The transaction closed on 12 April.

Pedalling Forth (known as VeloVixen) has received additional funding from Chelverton Asset Management .

Chelverton Asset Management is a boutique asset management business, while VeloVixen is a retailer of cycle clothing and accessories for female riders.

Both the companies involved in the transaction are based in the UK.

Cambridge Mechatronics Ltd (1 Limited) (CML ) has inked a license agreement with Shanghai B.L Electronics (Billu).

Based in the UK, CLM is a design and engineering firm for mobile phones and consumer electronic markets, while Billu is a Chinese electronic components producer and distributor.

CML’s patented SMA technology will be licensed to produce an eight-wire combined autofocus (AF) and optical image stabilisation (OIS) actuator, under the agreement.

India-based retailer Future Enterprises (formerly Future Retail ) has raised Rs1.2bn ($18.34m) through a private placement of 1,200 secured, rated, redeemable non-convertible debentures (NCD), priced at Rs1m ($0.015) each.

The NCDs carry a coupon rate of 9.75% a year until they mature on 17 April 2023.