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Portland's 'Urban Airship' lands $25 million in new funding

Portland's 'Urban Airship' lands $25 million in new funding
Scott Kveton's Urban Airship has landed another $25 million, bringing its total venture capital investment to $46.6 million in three years. (Photo by Cathy Cheney, Portland Business Journal)

There are some people smiling over at Portland tech startup Urban Airship this week; the software developer just landed $25 million in new funding.

As our partners at the Portland Business Journal reported, the money will be used to help the company expand internationally. You can read more about the deal in the Business Journal report.

Urban Airship designs mobile software that allows apps to incorporate push messaging and location services. They have some big name companies as clients, including ESPN, Fandango, Netflix and Walgreens.