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Hello! Here’s what happened today in European Tech. Deals – Online DIY platform ManoMano today announced it has raised a $355 million round of financing giving the French scale-up a valuation of $2.6 billion. – Danish startup Pleo, which sells corporate expense management software and linked “smart” payment cards,
Danish fintech startup Pleo, born out of Copenhagen-based startup studio Founders, has closed a Series B round to the tune of $56 million, less than a year after raising $16 million. The round was led by by New York growth fund Stripes with participation from prior backers Kinnevik, Creandum
Copenhagen and London-based fintech company Pleo has landed $16 million in a Series A financing round led by Kinnevik and joined by Creandum, the Founders startup studio, Seedcamp and Vækstfonden. Pleo’s solution combines smart payment cards that can easily be assigned to employees with individually set limits with software
Danish fintech startup Pleo has raised an additional $3.25 million for its seed round, originally announced last year, bringing the total investment to $5.5 million. This round was led by Creandum along with Seedcamp and Founders. The startup, which provides a subscription-based platform for companies to automate expenses, first
Denmark’s Pleo, a platform for automating expenses reports, has secured $3 million in seed funding led by Founders. Pleo is a solution designed to reduce the administrative burden of managing and approving expenses. Though the platform, managers can assign hard or soft payment cards to employees to make business-related
It’s conference season in Europe again, which means a lot of travel for our small team and, sadly, way too little time to write about all the amazing startups we meet all across the region. That said, we’ve spent the past 10 days on a whirlwind tour of the
Copenhagen-based customer support platform Fullview has raised $1.8 million in pre-seed funding, fueling its efforts to redesign the entire experience. The backing will be used to further develop the product and spur on recruitment, specifically in the engineering team. According to a Hubspot report, 93% of the B2B SaaS