WISE, a biomedical startup based in Milan and Berlin, has received $6.5 million in funding from current investors.
Berlin-based proptech startup McMakler has raised €16 million from previous investors, including British investor Frog Capital, Piton Capital, Mutschler Ventures and Cavalry Ventures. The company now has a valuation of €96 million.
German fintech startup Kreditech has received an investment of €110 million from the payment services provider PayU, which is owned by the Internet and media group Naspers. This brings the total raised by the company to €242 million. The valuation of the company has not been disclosed but it is estimated to be between €300-€500 million.
Berlin-based moving startup Move24 has received €13 million in Series C financing. The Innogy Venture Capital led the round, with previous investors Holtzbrinck Ventures, DN Capital, Piton Capital, and Cherry Ventures also participating. This comes after the company raised another €13 million in a Series B round last autumn.
Berlin-based Foodspring has raised €6 million. The investment round was led by b-to-v, with participation from the Swiss media group Ringier, Deutsche Handelsbank, and Econa.
Strikes, natural catastrophes, or company insolvency – there are many risks lurking in the supply chain of the global economy. To ensure that supply chains run smoothly, the Munich startup Riskmethods carries out risk analyses and warns its customers, for example, of impending supply bottlenecks.
Only six months after its launch, German Lemoncat, an online marketplace for business catering, has closed a second financing round of €6 million, bringing the total capital raised by the startup to €9 million. The international VC fund Northzone has taken part in this new round of financing, along with previous investors.