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BrowserStack to use €40m investment to realise global ambitions

Venture capitalist Accel has gone all-in to support the Indian tech multinational BrowserStack, writes Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
11th February, 2018
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Nakul Aggarwal, co-founder, BrowserStack

The Dublin offices of tech multinational BrowserStack are set for a boost after the Indian company raised $50 million (€40 million) in its Series A round.

The business provides an infrastructure testing subscription service for companies looking to go online. Most businesses build web infrastructure in-house to ensure seamlessness across all browsers and screen sizes, and BrowserStack’s model is to offer this service on a subscription basis.

The funding, which is being provided entirely...

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