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Europe’s tech ecosystem has been on fire this year and is on track to beat all previous records in funding raised by startups across the continent. Same is true for public listings: at the beginning of the year, we counted more than 30 companies that planned to float through
Efficy, a European CRM specialist, has acquired webCRM, a Danish solution for small- and mid-sized customers. With this acquisition, the Belgian company enters the Scandinavian market in pursuit of its goal to capture 5 percent of the European CRM market by 2024. Founded back in 2005, Efficy has now
OGOship, a Helsinki-based e-commerce logistics startup, has raised a €1.5 million seed round from Finnish investor Maki.vc to help fuel the company’s global ambitions. The third party logistics (3PL) company allows small to medium e-retailers to store their products closer to consumers in a network of warehouses. Local storage
Editor’s note: This interview has been recorded and published as part of a content project in collaboration with the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO). With €100 million raised for its first fund, byFounders bills itself as a VC firm created by founders and for founders. We sat down with Tommy
Qover, a Belgian insurtech startup providing coverage for gig workers, is expanding into the Nordics through a partnership with Wolt, the Helsinki-based food delivery company, offering an on-demand insurance package for couriers in Finland, Norway and Denmark. The Belgian company already covers all Deliveroo riders in Europe and the
Helsinki-based Sparkmind.vc is launching a €40 million edtech venture capital fund, claiming the first of its kind in the Nordics. The firm hopes to reach a €60 million final close by the end of 2020. With its first fund, Sparkmind.vc will invest anywhere from seed to Series B stage
Two Nordics-based public companies working on digital services and software, EVRY and Tieto, has announced a merger into a new company, TietoEVRY. The new entity will have combined revenue of some €3 billion and a team of 24,000 people. Both EVRY and Tieto serve customers across the world but