Extended Reality: XR4ALL announces winners of the second open call

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UK Tech aims to take on the climate crisis with Tech Zero taskforce

The 15 fastest-growing UK based tech companies have formed a consortium dubbed the ‘Tech Zero taskforce’ to take on the climate crisis; with the goal of positioning the UK as the top global destination for green investment. Led by Bulb CEO and co-founder Hayden Wood, the group seeks to accelerate the government’s plans for reaching […]

This Week in European Tech: Klarna set for $31B valuation as business grows, idealista nabs €250 million, Lakestar’s SPAC listing, and more

Happy Friday! This week, our research team tracked nearly 90 tech funding deals worth more than €1.6 billion, and about 25 M&A transactions, rumours, and related news stories across Europe, including Russia, Israel, and Turkey. As always, we are putting all of them together for you in a handy list sent in our round-up newsletter […]

Today in European Tech: Made.com is en route to an IPO, France’s Sorare scores €40 million, Klarna reveals 2020 earnings, and more

Hello! Here’s what happened today in European Tech. Deals – Made.com, the UK-based online furniture retailer, has reportedly picked a trio of investment banks to work on a stock market flotation that would value it at up to £1 billion. – Desenio, a Swedish direct-to consumer company that sells wall art online, today started trading […]