Fiksu, a US-based mobile app marketing company, has raised $9m, and the round was reportedly backed by US-based semiconductor company Qualcomm’s corporate venturing unit.

Qualcomm Ventures joined the round, according to news provider TechCrunch. Fiksu also said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing yesterday that it had raised $9m of a planned $10m round. The round was also backed by prior Fiksu investors, including venture firm Charles River Ventures, TechCrunch said.

In 2010, Fiksu raised $5.5m, according to another Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

That same year it also raised $294,000 in another round, according to another filing, as well as $1.25m of a planned $2.5m round, according to another filing.

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