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Stockholm-based invoicing platform Billogram has secured a $45 million investment from Partech. The service, formerly known as Atlas Invoice, helps companies large and small keep an eye on incoming cashflow and seeks to reduce the overall administrative burden of invoicing. The new funding will be used to expand into
Micromobility company Voi has raised $45 million in a Series-C round extension, bringing the total to $205 million. The additional funding is expected to fuel further R&D in e-scooter parking and safety solutions, as well as deploy more of the company’s e-bike offerings. To date, Voi has raised just
Sweden’s Voi is launching the world’s first large-scale pilot of computer vision on e-scooters in the UK city of Northampton. The AI technology can detect when an e-scooter leaves the road and rides on a pavement, as well as if the vehicle is parked correctly. Voi, who was notably
Wellster, a(nother) telemedicine hailing from Bavaria, has raised $40 million in a round led by Dermapharm with support from existing investors HV Capital and SevenVentures. Founded in 2018, Wellster is amongst a growing group of Munich based telemedicine services, that, of course, all claim to be the “the leading
Berlin-based supplier insights and discovery platform scoutbee has acquired (now former) Voi Chief Technology Officer Mikael Söderberg. Söderberg will remain on in a senior advisor role with Voi, but move from Stockholm to Berlin as he joins scoutbee as Chief Product and Technology Officer. “It feels like the right
Swedish cloud communications company Sinch has agreed to acquire Inteliquent, a large voice communications provider in the United States, for a total cash consideration of $1.14 billion. For Sinch, this means not only an expansion of its product offering, but also that the European company slides into a leadership
Australian communication platform Dubber has acquired UK-based mobile recording startup Speik for $38 million, assuming performance milestones are met. Dubber is a cloud-based call recording and voice AI technology. The acquisition furthers the Melbourne company’s “vision” of “dubbing the world’s networks and communications solutions to put AI on every