Berlin-based insurtech startup Getsurance has raised €2 million in a seed funding round. The investment comes from Picus Capital, the investment company of Alexander Samwer, the IBB affiliate and the Swiss Postfinance bank. Last May, shortly after the launch of Getsurance, the founders received €500,000 euros in an angel investment from the managers of the rating agency Franke and Bornberg.
Spanish medtech startup Top Doctors has just raised an investment round of €3 million, led by Addventure.
UK medtech startup Babylon Health has raised $60 million for its AI-based medical advice app. The investment comes from NNS holdings, Vostok New Ventures, and existing investor Kinnevik. The Financial Times reports that this round also included particiation from Sawiris, an Egyptian billionaire business family. Last year Babylon raised $25 million in Series A Funding. This lastest round brings the company’s valuation to $200 million, according to the FT.
Israeli 3D fashion tech company Invertex has raised $2 million in a seed funding round. The round was led by Jerusalem-based equity crowdfunding VC OurCrowd. Permoda, an international leading retail and fashion group also participated in the round, along with angel investors. OurCrowd First general partner Eduardo Shoval, a serial entrepreneur, also joined the Invertex board.
The French video creation startup Pitchy has raised €4 million from Seventure Partners and the Fonds Ambition Numérique, managed by Bpifrance.
Finnish Vizor, a pioneering virtual reality (VR) software company, has raised $2.3 million in seed funding . The round led by The Venture Reality Fund (The VR Fund) and co-led by Inventure, with participation from Boost VC, Lifeline Ventures and Sisu Game Ventures. Marco DeMiroz of The VR Fund and Ekaterina Gianelli of Inventure will be joining the company’s Board of Directors.
Dome9 Security, a company specializing in cloud-based cybersecurity, has raised $16.5 million in Series C funding. The company, previously based in Tel Aviv, has recently moved its headquarters to Mountain View, California. The investment round was led by the Japanese telecom giant SoftBank, which is a new investor in the company.