German healthtech app Lifetime once again raises money after its last financing round a year ago, this time for €1 million. The investment comes from Thieme and High-Tech Gründerfonds, with the participation of some business angels.
Israeli startup Corephotonics, which is developing dual camera technologies for smartphones, has raised $15 million in a new round. This brings the total raised by the Tel Aviv based company to more than $50 million. Investors in the current round included Samsung Ventures, iPhone manufacturer Foxconn and chipmaker MediaTek.
Berlin-based recreational vehicle rental and hiring company Campanda has raised €10 million in a Series B funding round led by Michelin Travel Partner.
London-based events discovery app Revl has raised £2.4 million in seed funding, officially leaving stealth mode. The investors have not been disclosed.
London-based fintech startup CompareEuropeGroup, has closed a €20 million Series A funding round. The investors include private equity platform ACE & Company, Pacific Century Group, Nova Founders Capital, SBI Holdings, Mark Pincus, Peter Thiel, and others.
Barcelona-based RocketROI, the scientific optimisation technology
company for advertising campaigns in Google Adwords, Microsoft Bing and
Amazon Advertising, has just raised €2 million in funding. The round was led by a private investor group and complemented by European public funding.
Swedish fintech company iZettle has raised €60 million in new funding and appointed Maria Hedengren as its new CFO. The new funding is an extension on its Series D round from existing investors along with debt funding from Victory Park Capital. The money will be used for further product expansion and growth for its smartphone-enabled […]