German adtech firm Crealytics, a paid search and Google shopping leader, announced the close of $9.3 million in Series C financing from a group of private investors. The investment was led by Optima, a privately owned investment group. Existing investors also participated in the round.
Munich-based Fazua, the developer of a new type of e-bike motor, has successfully completed a €3 million Series B financing round. Investors included long-standing shareholders High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF), Bayern Kapital and five private investors as well as a new stakeholder, entrepreneur Rolf Nied.
German fintech startup Solarisbank has just raised €26.3 million in funds. Investors include the Japanese SBI Group, Arvato Financial Solutions, and Unicredit. Previous investors including Finleap, Hegus, and Yabeo also participated in the round.
German fintech platform Bonify has received €5.5 million in Series A funding. The round was led by London’s Mosaic Ventures and Ribbit Capital, with participation from Index Ventures, DN Capital, HW Capital and the founders of Zalando and Raisin.
German fintech startup Zeitgold announced the closing of a €4.2 million Seed round. Investors include Holtzbrinck Ventures and the US-based investor Battery Ventures.
German company Loyalty Prime, an SaaS loyalty platform provider, secured €1.5 million in Series A funding. The investment comes from Senovo, Unternehmertum Venture Capital (UVC) and angel investor Alexander Bruehl. The company plans to use the new funding to rapidly grow their business across Europe, North America and Asia.
German-Israeli company Fraugster, which uses AI to eliminate payment fraud in online transactions, has raised €4.7 million in funding. The funding came from new investor Earlybird, alongside existing investors Speedinvest, Seedcamp and a large Swiss family office.