Today in European Tech: A $400 million exit, a €250 million round, a successful IPO, and a cancelled one

Today in European Tech: A $400 million exit, a €250 million round, a successful IPO, and a cancelled one


Here's what happened today in European Tech.


- Cybersecurity company Wandera, founded in London in 2012 by Israeli brothers Roy and Eldar Tuvey, has been acquired by US company Jamf for $400 million.

- Lithuanian consumer-to-consumer second-hand fashion platform Vinted has raised €250 million in a Series F round led by EQT Growth.

- Swedish cryptocurrency broker Safello had a successful IPO day.

- London-based Huma Therapeutics has closed a Series C funding round at $130 million from investors like Leaps by Bayer, Hitachi Ventures, Samsung Next, Sony Innovation Fund by IGV and Unilever Ventures.

- London-based global fashion shopping platform Lyst has raised $85 million in a round that saw participation from a number of existing investors including Draper Esprit.

- Brussels-based network of coliving spaces Cohabs has raised €58 million in a Series B round that saw participation from existing backers AG Real Estate, and Alphastone, and new investors Federal Assurance, and as well as additional undisclosed public and private investors.

- Israeli fintech company Stampli today announced the completion of a $50 million Series C financing round led by Insight Partners.

- London’s workplace mental health platform Unmind has raised $47 million in an oversubscribed Series B round. The funding was led by EQT Ventures and saw participation from Sapphire Ventures, Project A, Felix Capital, True, and Christian Angermayer.

- Holidu, a leading technology scale-up in the holiday rental industry, today announced that it has secured €37 million in capital.

- London and New York-based cybersecurity problem-solving platform Panaseer has raised $26.5 million in a Series B funding round led by AllegisCyber Capital.

- We also tracked a large number of (other) European tech funding rounds and M&A transactions, all of which we are putting in a handy list for you on Friday afternoon in our weekly roundup newsletter (note: the full list is for paying customers only). Also check out our European tech news section for ongoing coverage.

Worth Reading/Knowing

- Amazon has won a major court fight against a European Commission order that it pay 250 million euros in back taxes to Luxembourg deemed "illegal state aid."

- Infobip, the Croatian technology firm that makes customer-service chatbots, plans to raise about $500 million from investors this year.

- Germany's MeinAuto has decided to postpone its contemplated IPO due to "currently adverse market conditions for high growth companies".

- The UK government has published a draft of its long-awaited Online Safety Bill, introducing a raft of new measures that it claims will safeguard freedom of expression online and increase the accountability of tech giants.

- Apps that promise grocery deliveries in 10 minutes invade Europe as shopping shifts online.

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