Berlin, Germany-based Senic has raised seed funding from Target Partners after graduating from Silicon Valley-based accelerator Y Combinator. The company builds hardware and software that seeks to enable humans to more easily interact with their smart homes. The startup’s first product, Nuimo, is a smart home controller that enables interaction with in-home technology such as […]
A slightly unusual move in European VC land: France-based 360 Capital Partners has reached an agreement with Orkos Capital to manage Robolution Capital, a €80 million fund dedicated to robotics, artificial intelligence and ‘Internet of Things’. Late last year, 360 Capital Partners kickstarted a new €35 million seed fund for European startups. That was its […]
Yesterday saw the launch of InnoApps 2016, a pan-European competition that invites innovators to develop their ‘smart city’ ideas with the support of mentors.
Munich, Germany-based IoT tech startup Tado raises $23 million from INVEN CAPITAL to roll out its smart home solutions across Europe.
A spotlight on TeamViewer, a German software firm that’s already had a successful exit – and may repeat that trick as it continues to grow under everyone’s radar.
We spoke with some of the startups on the floor at last month’s 4YFN conference in beautiful Barcelona to talk business models, funding – and, of course, the future.
At the recent 4YFN conference in Barcelona, we had an interesting on-stage interview with Marcus Weldon, the fresh CTO of Nokia (previously Alcatel-Lucent) and head of Bell Labs. Here’s the video: