🎙️ The Drive at Five with Dan Taylor and Robin Wauters - Episode 13

Up this week: German quantum computing gets a big boost, lots of cars and e-motorcycle news, Europe has its first ClimateTech EIR programme, RIP Made.com and Windeln.de, more money for Volocopter, and October's numbers.
🎙️ The Drive at Five with Dan Taylor and Robin Wauters - Episode 13

🇩🇪 The first German developer of quantum computers, eleQtron has raised over €50 million in new funds, including venture capital from Earlybird and Siegerlandfonds.

🇸🇪 Polestar obtained $1.6 billion in financing support from its two major shareholders

🇩🇪 Volkswagen sells its electric car-sharing service, WeShare to Miles Mobility. Here's why.

🇵🇹 Web Summit? That's 71,000 people too many.

🇸🇪 Sweden’s STILRIDE is anything but still, rides ahead with €3.7 million

🇩🇪 Billed as the first European ClimateTech Entrepreneur in Residence programme, Atlantic Labs and FoodLabs launch Founders for Climate initiative

🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 / 🇩🇪 Not quite dead yet, but Made.com has indicated that they're headed towards administration, and German nappy service provider Windeln.de has filed an application for insolvency proceedings

🇩🇪 Now closing in on close to $1 billion raised, Volocopter lands another $182 million in second signing of Series E round

🇪🇺 According to the Tech.eu database, European tech companies raised €5.7 billion in total in October, recording a €1 billion decline compared to the total amount raised in September (€6.7 billion).

All this and a whole lot more on this week's episode of the Tech.eu Drive at Five!

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