Annie Musgrove

Deliveroo tech.eu

Deliveroo’s revenue jumped 72% in 2018, fed by new products and markets

London-based Deliveroo announced that the company’s sales rose by £200 million in 2018. The growth is hard to miss. The food delivery platform was named Europe’s second-fastest growing company by the Financial Times, and was the first to top Deloitte’s UK Fast 50 two years in a row. Overall global sales rose to £476 million, […]

Bnext tech.eu

Neo-bank Bnext raises $25 million, Spain’s largest fintech Series A

Bnext, Spain’s leading mobile-first neo-bank, closed a $25 million funding round, the largest Series A awarded to a Spanish fintech company thus far. The round was led by DN Capital, Redalpine, and Speedinvest, with support from existing investors Founders Future and Mexico-based Cometa. Since its launch in early 2018, Bnext has become the leading neo-bank […]

wealthpilot tech.eu

Munich-based wealthpilot gets €2.6 million to automate, personalise, democratise wealth management

Munich-based wealthpilot, a digital solution for financial advisors, has raised €2.6 million from new and existing investors, including Bayern Kapital, the venture capital organization of Bavaria. The fintech startup’s hybrid approach to wealth management combines personalized advice with software-as-a-service (SaaS), allowing customers to bring their personal advisory services into the 21st century. Such customers include […]

mainframe tech.eu

New pan-Nordic venture Mainframe Industries joins the game with €2 million seed

Mainframe Industries, a pan-Nordic game venture with studios in Helsinki and Reykjavik, launched today with a €2 million seed round from early-stage tech and gaming investors such as Maki.vs, Play Ventures, Crowberry Capital, and Sisu Game Ventures. Thirteen veteran game developers bound together to create Mainframe Industries, with a shared mission to create the first […]

Pitch tech.eu

Pitch.io launches invite-only beta as it raises an extra $30 million

Pitch, a collaborative presentation software from the creators of Wunderlist, is now available to select companies and teams. Thrive Capital invested $30 million in the new company, extending its original support for Wunderkind to the creators’ new venture. This investment comes just a year after a $19 million round from Index Ventures, BlueYard, Slack, and […]