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London-based photo app Lapse has raised $1.4 million in a seed funding round. The app lets a close group of friends capture and share photos with each other with a retro-caveat; a 24-hour delay, replicating the days of old when a photo lab was involved in the process. The
London’s self-described ‘super platform’ for accountants and their SME clients, Capitalise has raised £10 million. The new funding is slated to support the launch of an integrated credit protection service, Capital Reports. Since its founding in 2015, the startup has capitalised on £13.5 million in funding. In the UK
Hamburg-based Sport Alliance has secured a €60 million investment from growth equity firm PSG. The company is comprised of a number of sub-brands, which develop software solutions and services specifically tailored for the fitness industry. This new funding is expected to fuel further product development and accelerate international expansion
Copenhagen’s skincare platform Nøie has raised $12 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Talis Capital and saw participation from Inventure as well existing investors Thomas Ryge Mikkelsen, Kristian Schrøder Hart-Hansen. The funding is expected to further R&D projects, launch new product categories, and fuel further
French medtech startup Kayentis, provider of digital data capture systems for clinical trials, has raised €7 million in growth capital. Previous backers Extens and LBO France led the round, and Bpifrance joined as a new investor.  Kayentis’ product is an example of electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA), a method
Finnish proptech startup Linear has closed €1.1 million in seed funding to develop its SaaS tool and expand into new markets. The round was led by Innovestor Ventures and joined by institutional and private investors including  the company’s previous backer, Superhero Capital. Some new property marketplaces are trying to
Athens-based proptech startup Prosperty has raised €1.1 million in seed funding from Velocity.Partners and Metavallon VC, as well as some angel investors. The real estate platform is about to launch in Greece and is slated to expand to other countries next year. The Prosperty platform will facilitate the selling