These were the 10 biggest European tech stories this week
Berlin-based startup Doozer has collected €3.5 million. The investment comes from Innogy Ventures, Christian Vollmann, and Home24 co-founder Felix Jahn.
Israeli MedAware has raised $8 million in Series A funding. The investment came from BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), Gefen Capital, OurCrowd, and Yingcheng City Fubon Technology Co. The company has raised $12 million to date.
Data and privacy control companies Digi.me, based in London, and Personal, from Washington DC, have announced a merger and will continue to operate under the Digi.me name. No terms were disclosed. The combined company will be headquartered in London with an office in Washington DC. Both companies develop tools for users to understand their personal […]
Germany’s Custom Cells, a battery part manufacturer, has received an investment from P3 Group, a consulting firm that specialises in e-mobility. No figures were disclosed. Shares were acquired from existing shareholders including High-Tech Gründerfonds. Custom Cells was founded in 2012 and manufactures lithium accumulators for niche markets. “Companies are currently locked in a battle over […]
Madrid-based adtech startup Seedtag, which integrates advertising in online images, has closed a €2 million funding round from Spanish, French, and Brazilian investors. The startup previously raised a €400,000 seed round in June 2014, and a €1.5 million Series A round in September 2016 from Adara Ventures.
Voxpro, a customer support services company in Ireland, has been acquired by Telus International, a subsidiary of Canadian telco Telus. No terms have been disclosed. The Cork-based company, with operations in Romania, the US, and the Philippines, will be rebranded as Voxpro – powered by Telus International. The Canadian Telus subsidiary is an IT outsourcing […]