Sok Marketler Ticaret intends to raise YTL2.6bn ($641.9m) through an initial public offering (IPO).
Based in Turkey, Sok Marketler owns and operates retail stores that sell food, beverages and durable products.
Gozde Girisim Sermayesi Yatirim Ortakligi and Templeton Private Equity Partners are providing assistance to the company for the IPO.
Sok Marketler intends to use the funds for debt repayment.
Patchstack One, formerly known as Eporta, has raised $8m through a Series A financing round led by venture capital firm Canvas Ventures LLC.
Eporta is a UK online retailer of furniture used by interior designers, architects and property developers.
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The proceeds will be used to establish an office outside the UK, expand its team and roll out new product portfolios of fabrics, bathrooms and surfaces.
Antler Limited has raised $3m from John Riady, Ole Ruch, Birger Nergaard and Andreas Ehn through a seed financing round.
Based in Singapore, Antler is engaged in the manufacturing of suitcases and business luggage.
The firm intends to use the proceeds for business expansion.
Koio Collective has raised $3m through a Series A financing round led by German venture capital firm Acton Capital Partners.
Based in the US, Koio Collective is involved in the production and distribution of footwear and leather accessories for men and women.
The funding is intended to be used by the company to launch new categories of footwear and leather accessories.
TPH Marketplace (TPH.co) has raised $0.25m from Seedcamp through a seed financing round.
TPH is a Swedish firm that links local vintage shops, while Seedcamp is a venture capital firm based in the UK.
Wave Ventures, Sting Capital AB and The Nordic Web Ventures also participated in the funding round, which closed on 10 April.