Robin Wauters

Co-founder and editor-in-chief of Tech.eu, with previous stints at The Next Web and TechCrunch under his belt. Deeply in love with his family, technology, traveling and Belgian beer.

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Italian fintech startup Satispay raises €93 million from Tencent, Jack Dorsey’s Square and others

Milan, Italy-based mobile/digital payment platform Satispay has secured €93 million euros in funding in a Series C round co-led by Tencent, Square, Telecom Italia’s TIM Ventures, LGT Lightstone and other investors. Square, the payments company run by Jack Dorsey, has reportedly invested about €15 million in the round. After the investment round, the post-money valuation […]

Proptech startup Plentific buys UK-based X Tag to bolster its housing compliance tech

European property management technology platform provider Plentific has acquired housing compliance technology company X Tag. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. X Tag offers tech solutions that empower housing providers to move away from reactive compliance processes – for things like gas safety and electric and fire door compliance – to proactive, data-driven […]

Tech.eu is hosting the Marketing Leadership Conference on 10 December – here’s what to expect

On Thursday 10 December, seize the opportunity to learn a ton about marketing leadership – free of charge. Together with Alliance and Vlerick, who we’ve partnered with on an upcoming masterclass on marketing and growth, Tech.eu will be hosting the Marketing Leadership Conference, bringing together world-class experts who will share their insights and best practices […]

OakNorth signs SMBC as a customer; Japanese bank invests $30 million in the UK fintech

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) one of Japan’s leading banks – and one of the word’s largest commercial lenders – has invested $30 million into UK challenger bank OakNorth through a secondary transaction. SMBC today also announced that it has become an OakNorth customer, deploying its ‘Credit Intelligence’ software to enhance its commercial lending proposition […]