Lenard Koschwitz, Director of European Affairs at Allied for Startups, opines on a new proposal that risks ‘shattering Europe’s ambitions of being a scale-up continent’.
The Swiss insurer Baloise has acquired the home moving service Movu. The startup provides those looking to move with quotes from different companies and helps people to organize their move.
The Swedish app Tiptapp allows you to quickly contact someone to pick up all the garbage you have at home and can’t get rid of. Now the Stockholm-based company has taken in another €2 million in financing, after raising €1 million last year.
London-based regtech and fintech startup ClauseMatch has raised £1.25 million. The latest investment was received from the Austria-based VC fund Speedinvest. SparkLabs Global Ventures and TechStars had previously invested in the startup.
Swiss iKentoo has raised €4.6 million. The company develops and provides business management systems for the hospitality industry.
The stress-management app Welltory has just raised $1 million. Investors in the round included Max Bass, General Director of Rusagro, Boris Ryabov, founder of Bright Capital, Artem Rudy, co-founder of the biomedical company Atlas, Dmitry Sysoev, Anton Yudintsev, and others. The company had previously raised $400,000.
Paris-based Side, a platform connecting companies and freelancers, has raised €5 million from several investors. The company had previously raised €1.3 million in October 2016 from Connect Ventures.