France-based DataHawk raises €1.2 million in seed round for its platform that optimises the Amazon selling experience

DataHawk Technologies, a French tech company that develops a self-service software solution to help brands and retailers increase their sales and margins on Amazon, has raised €1.2 million in seed financing led by Axeleo Capital, with the participation of business angels. This financing round will give DataHawk enough resources to accelerate its growth, expand the […]

Berlin-based Mister Spex scores €65 million in funding; has eyes on new channels and markets

Mister Spex, Europe’s online optician has closed a €65 million financing round led by The Büll Family Office with the participation of existing investors (including Grazia Equity, Stephan Schambach, and Ehssan Dariani). The company plans on using the fresh capital for further store expansion and internationalisation. “With the current round of financing, we will continue […]

Portuguese fashion supply chain startup HUUB raises €2.5 million

HUUB, a Portuguese startup that manages logistics for fashion brands, has just raised an early-stage investment of €2.5 million. The round was led by the Portuguese venture capital firm Pathena. HUUB provides product management, stocking, order fulfillment, and packing and shipping, among other services, for ecommerce fashion platforms. “We want to be orchestrators and lead […]

Online furniture marketplace eporta secures $8 million in new funding

Furniture ecommerce startup eporta has raised $8 million in a Series A round led by Canvas Ventures with participation from several other VC firms, LocalGlobe, Oxford Capital Partners, Samos Ventures, and a number of business angels. The UK-based startup, which previously raised £2.4 million, has built an online marketplace for furniture aimed at interior designers, […]

Online furniture retailer Made.com raises £40 million

Made.com, a furniture ecommerce firm, has raised £40 million from Partech Ventures, Level Equity, and Eight Roads Ventures along with a new investor that has not been named. London-based Made.com links customers directly with furniture designers; it plans to use the new funds to expand further across Europe. Per a report in today’s Sunday Times, […]