This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discuss fresh funding for Klarna, the “substantial” extension of FlixMobility’s latest round, a startup that makes money by fishing e-scooters out of Seine, the Molengeek project, and much more. The interview of the week is a conversation with Klarna’s Sebastian Siemiatkowski recorded at last year’s TOA conference in Berlin.
This week, Andrii Degeler and Natalie Novick discuss the mega-round of Babylon Health where the controversial fund PIF was among the investors, the tax relief claimed by Rockstar North that hasn’t paid corporation taxes in years, new research on e-scooters and climate risks, Cloudflare dropping 8chan, and much more. In addition to that, listen to an interview with Conny Weber, senior research analyst at the European Crowdfunding Network.
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talked about fresh funding for e-scooter companies and the competition landscape in Europe, (the lack of) news from Atomico’s Angel Programme, the future of podcasts and paywalls, and much more. In addition to that, there’s an interview with Sara Usinger who’s been busy building up startup ecosystems in Iran and Albania over the past few years.
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discussed the trouble in the e-scooter land, what happened to subscription boxes, event hacks, the phenomenon of The Pirate Bay, and more. We’ve also prepared a brief interview with Caroline Ramade, founder and CEO of 50inTech in France.
Spanish micromobility startup MOVO, a subsidiary of the local Uber rival Cabify, has raised €20 million in a funding round led by Mutua Madrileña, with participation from Seaya Ventures and Cabify. The company plans to use the fresh funding to expand in Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay. Founded in 2017, MOVO is an e-scooter and moped […]
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discuss the accidental votes against a Copyright Directive amendment, Spotify executing the playbook of Netflix, the scooter wars of the early 20th century, and more. We’ve also prepared an interview with Nicolas Brusson, the co-founder and CEO of BlaBlaCar.
Voi Technology, a Stockholm-based e-scooter sharing startup, has raised a $30 million funding round from Vostok New Ventures, Balderton Capital, LocalGlobe, Raine Ventures, and new investors Project A and Creandum. This capital injection brings the total amount attracted by the company to date to $83 million. In the seven months since its launch, Voi claims […]