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As we saw in the Forward Partners and Landscape VC study published last week, founders want more than just money. They’re looking for seasoned veterans with real industry know-how to help guide them to success. To this end, Portugal-based VC firm Shilling has launched a new €30 million fund,
Lisbon-based Musiversal has raised €1.36 million in a seed round led by Shilling. The service aims to put the creative power and quality of studio musicians in the hands of every songwriter, sans studio, and at a fraction of the price. The funding is expected to fuel further growth
Matosinhos, Portugal-based pet products and wellness provider Barkyn has extended its Series A round to close at €8 million. The extension saw an additional €3 million arrive via foodtech investors Five Seasons Ventures, as they join existing investors Indico Capital Partners, All Iron Ventures, Portugal Ventures, and Shilling Capital.
Porto-based startup Barkyn has raised €1.7 million in seed funding for its subscription service for dogs. The round was led by Indico Capital Partners, with participation from All Iron Ventures, Shilling Capital Partners, and 7 Graus. Barkyn offers its customers a monthly pack that contains food, snacks, and, optionally,
TRINE, a crowd-investment platform for solar energy projects, has raised €6 million in a Series A round led by Gullspång Invest with participation from Andrew Reicher, chairman of Berkeley Energy Africa, and Lars Thunell, former CEO of the International Finance Corporation. The Swedish company will invest the funds in
360imprimir, a Lisbon-based B2B marketing startup, has raised €4 million from Omnes Capital and Pathena. The Portuguese startup provides an online marketplace for physical and digital marketing goods and services. The new funds will be invested in product development, hiring, and international expansion. The startup previously raised €250,000 from
Unbabel, the AI-powered language translation platform, has raised $5 million from Notion Capital and Caixa Capital along with Faber Ventures and Shilling Capital Partners. Unbabel is a Portuguese-founded startup now headquartered in San Francisco that graduated from Y Combinator in 2014. It now intends to use its new funds