German proptech startup Seniovo raises €2 million in Series A for barrier-free reconstruction

Berlin-based proptech Seniovo receives €2 million in a Series A financing round led by PropTech1 Ventures and IBB Beteiligungsgesellschaft. The startup, which helps people in need of care with age-appropriate and barrier-free reconstruction of their apartments and houses, will use the capital for further growth and digitalisation of its processes. Today, almost a billion people […]

Berlin proptech startup Wunderflats has secured €8 million in funding

Berlin, Germany-based Wunderflats, which helps people find furnished apartments for rent, has secured €8 million in funding to supports its growth. This funding round happened last week but flew largely under the radar. The investment round comes from Proptech1 Ventures and prior backers, including Creathor Venture, ‘VC Fonds Kreativwirtschaft der IBB Beteiligungsgesellschaft’ and Axel Springer. […]

German on-demand photo startup LemonOne raises funding to “make stock pictures redundant”

Berlin-based startup LemonOne has landed a growth funding round led by Acton Capital, with participation from existing investor Redalpine. The startup didn’t disclose the exact amount of money raised. LemonOne has built a photo shoot booking platform that connects clients to more than 6,000 freelance photographers and videographers across Europe. For freelancers, LemonOne takes care […]

Berlin-founded mobile analytics startup Adjust raises $227 million

German startup Adjust that specialises in mobile advertising measurement and analytics has landed a $227 million mega-round led by Eurazeo Growth, Highland Europe, Morgan Stanley Alternative Investment Partners, and Sofina. The capital injection comes some four years after the company’s previous funding round, which was a modest $17 million. Adjust is a SaaS business that […]

Multimodal transportation app Jelbi goes live in Berlin

Jelbi, a multimodal transportation app powered by Lithuanian startup Trafi, goes live in Berlin today, almost four months after the initial announcement. The pilot version of the app, which is there to become a one-stop shop for all things transportation in Berlin, includes integrations with BVG (public transport), DB (German railways), Nextbike (bike sharing), Emmy […]