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Letting the AI do the heavy lifting, Stockholm-based workforce management tool Quinyx has brought home $50 million in a new funding round led by Battery Ventures. The service offers employers the ability to automate, optimise and streamline their labor processes through a variety of tools, and the funding is
Seeking to turn the world of snacks and ice cream on its head by offering a healthy alternative, Swedish-born keto snack bar, ice cream, and ice cream sandwich maker N!CK’S has raised $100 million in a Series C round. The sucrose-free funding will be used to further fuel N!CK’S
Investing explicitly in the future of food, Helsinki-based Nordic Foodtech VC has closed its first fund at €42 million. As the name might suggest, Nordic Foodtech will be investing in Nordic and Baltic early-stage companies working in and around the foodtech industry, ranging from soil to space, new sources
Sweden’s electric and autonomous freight mobility maker Einride has raised $110 million in a Series B round from new investors Temasek, Soros Fund Management, Northzone, Build Capital, and Maersk Growth. Existing investors EQT Ventures, Plum Alley, Norrsken VC, Ericsson, and NordicNinja VC also participated. The $110 million is slated
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,
Hello! Here’s what happened today in European Tech. Deals – The UK has a new darling in Starling. The digital bank has confirmed its Series D round funding totalling a healthy £272 million, their largest ever. Led by Fidelity Management and Research the round was oversubscribed by £72 million,
Hello! Here’s what happened today in European Tech. Deals – French VC firm Serena has launched a new fund, Serena III, bringing the company’s available capital for early-stage and Series A startups to more than €300 million. – Filed! A couple of German entrepreneurs led by HelloFresh co-founder and