London-based cybersecurity tech company Glasswall has raised £18 million in additional equity capital to fuel its expansion. The UK company essentially protects organisations from file-based threats, specialising in what is known as CDR (‘content, disarm and reconstruction’) technology. The round was led and corner-stoned by billionaire Icap founder (and recently turned Lord) Michael Spencer with […]
This week, we talk about what’s going on in European tech, including some of the biggest funding rounds of the week, M&A deals, and much more. We’ve also spoken to Jānis Bošs of Fast Brands to learn more about Fulfilled by Amazon (FBA) businesses and how companies like SellerX and Heroes work.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) one of Japan’s leading banks – and one of the word’s largest commercial lenders – has invested $30 million into UK challenger bank OakNorth through a secondary transaction. SMBC today also announced that it has become an OakNorth customer, deploying its ‘Credit Intelligence’ software to enhance its commercial lending proposition […]
This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech, including a few funding rounds, micromobility news, M&A deals, and a bit of EU policy. Also check out an interview with Tjarda Voorneman, lead of the Techleap Rise Program.
This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech, including the fresh funding for Kahoot!, Allegro’s IPO, Klarna’s issues in the UK, policy news from Brussels and around, and more. Also check out an interview with Joe Perkins, founder of Landscape known colloquially as “Glassdoor for VC.”
British holographics company Envisics has raised around $50 million from several automotive companies for its tech used in augmented reality. Among the investors in the Series B round include Hyundai Mobis, General Motors’ GM Ventures, SAIC Capital, the venture arm of SAIC Motors, and Van Tuyl Companies (VTC). Milton-Keynes-based Envisics develops holographic technology used in […]