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London-based privacy and security solution for engineering teams, Soveren has closed $6.5 million seed round. The company analyzes real-time data flows inside the company’s infrastructure to discover personal data and detect privacy risks. With an estimated 10 million companies at risk of being slapped with a GDPR (and a
I’ve never deployed an app personally, but I’ve shared beers with a number of developers that have. And while we all have our own work horror stories, if you think getting that app out to the world is a simple click, click, done procedure, well, think again. Parisian startup
Developing solutions aimed at accelerating the adoption of machine learning technology in the financial industry, Berlin-based Taktile has raised $4.7 million in a seed funding round led by Index Ventures. The funding is expected to continue further development of the product. There’s no mistaking the fact that artificial intelligence
Datatiku has raised $400 million in a Series E round led by Tiger Global, giving the company a valuation of $4.6 billion. The platform provides a number of tools for enterprise customers to bring data scientists and non-coder teams to the same table. Over the course of 10 rounds,
London-based alternative broadband provider Cuckoo has closed a $6 million investment round. Led by RTP Global, whose previous backings include Yandex, Delivery Hero, and Datadog, the round also saw participation from JamJar, previous backers of Bulb, Deliveroo, Talis, and Oatly. Individual investors included former Monzo and Stripe team members,
Remote-first, but officially registered in Berlin, no-code service automation platform BRYTER has raised $66 million in a Series B round. This funding arrives just 8 months after a Series A raise, now bringing BRYTER’s total available capital to $90 million. The round was led by Tiger Global and saw
Pigment, a Paris-based startup behind the eponymous business forecasting platform, has raised $25.9 million to scale up. The Series A round was led by Blossom Capital, with participation from investors New York-based FirstMark Capital and Frst – as well as angel investors including Paul Melchiorre, former CEO of business