Bonfire raises $11 million

Ontario, Cananda-based sourcing enablement software company Bonfire has raised $11 million in financing. The investment was led by Battery Ventures, with participation from existing investors Crosslink Capital and Spider Capital.

Bonfire recently closed an $8 million Series A round and previously raised $3 million in seed financing.

Battery Ventures’ general partner Michael Brown will join Bonfire’s board of directors.

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