Today in European Tech: German groups file Apple antitrust complaint, Dutch firm Azerion secures €200 million, and more

Robin Wauters

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.
Hello! Here’s what happened today in European Tech. Deals – Schiphol-Rijk, Netherlands-based Azerion, a digital gaming and adtech company, has raised €200 million in bond issuance on Nasdaq Stockholm. – Germany’s Mister Spex is aiming for an IPO in July. – Norway’s Argeo went public on Euronext Growth Oslo with a €22.5 million market cap. The company “aims to increase the efficiency and imaging quality of the ocean surveying and inspection industry by utilising autonomous surface and underwater robotics solutions.” – Berlin-based n8n — which provides a framework for both technical and non-technical people to synchronize and integrate data and workflows — has raised…

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