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Hello! Here’s what happened today in European Tech: Deals – Getir is close to signing a deal for fresh funding at a valuation of more than $800 million, as Turkey’s biggest online delivery service gets ready to expand into the UK. – Frankfurt, Germany-based insurtech scale-up Clark has raised
In this special episode, Ananth Devarajan, product manager at Lark, talks about working from home, remote teams, interactive collaboration, and recommendations for people who are struggling to adapt to the “new reality” of working remotely every day rather than occasionally.
Community sustainability service Olio has raised $43 million in a Series B round. The free app connects neighbours to neighbours and facilitates the sharing of surplus food and a wide variety of other items. The funding is a major boost for the startup’s much larger ambitions, including helping businesses
Prague’s company collaboration analytics platform Time is Ltd. has raised $5.6 million in a late-seed round led by angel investor Mike Chalfen of London’s Chalfen Ventures. The round also saw participation from Illuminate Financial Management, Acequia Capital, and existing investor Accel, as well as angel investors Paul Sallaberry and
Bristol’s quantum security startup KETS has raised £3.1 million in a funding round co-led by Quantonation and Speedinvest. The round also saw participation from Mustard Seed MAZE. KETS reports that the new funding will be used to accelerate further development, production, and delivery of its products, as well as
Hello! Here’s what happened today in European Tech. Deals – British cybersecurity startup Darktrace plans to go public in London, defying fears that Deliveroo’s disappointing IPO could put other tech firms off listing in the city. – Swedish payments firm Trustly plans to launch an IPO in late April
Hello! Here’s what happened today in European Tech. Deals – Japan’s SoftBank has acquired a 40% minority stake in Norwegian robotics and software firm AutoStore for $2.8 billion. With the purchase, AutoStore now has a $7.7 billion market value. – Paris-based AXA Venture Partners (AVP) has completed a €250