The newspaper El Referente launches through its English magazine, StartupsReal, the platform’s first paid report, which analyzes the evolution of investment in Spain over the last three years (2016 to 2018). The report also identifies and thoroughly details the 100 most active Spanish investment funds and investors in recent years.
Playtomic closes a 6 million round with the objective of consolidate the digitalization and the sports ecosystem
Playtomic, Spain’s biggest sports ecosystem, has obtained 6 millions in an international round to continue working in the digitalization of the sector and the sport’s socialisation.
In less than 2 years Bdeo has established presence in Europe and Latin America, collaborating with the main insurance companies in these markets, such as Mutua Madrileña and Zurich in Spain, Fidelidade in Portugal and BBVA Bancomer in Mexico.
Returnly helps online retailers and brands bring frictionless returns to the modern shopper. The post-purchase payments company lets consumers buy again using their return credit before shipping the original items back, driving loyalty and incremental sales.
Red Points has closed an investment round of $38M and leads the brand and intellectual property protection market
Red Points announced that it has closed a financing round of $38M that takes the company’s total capital to $64M, consolidating its global position in brand protection on the Internet.
The month closed with a total of thirteen investment operations for a total amount of €11.32 million.
Apodemia, the Madrid company dedicated to the sale of original design jewelery, has closed an investment of €440,400 in 2019. The last round included ten investors from different business areas such as banking, real estate and retail who have been closely associated with the brand since the beginning.
The fund created by South Summit, together with Red Capital Partners, will invest 6 million euros per year among the hundred finalist startups of South Summit 2019.
February is once again a very weak month in terms of public investment in Spain, achieving one of the worst records of the last 24 months, as the month ends with just over 12 million Euro invested in startups through a total of 7 operations.
360 Capital, with 300 million Euro in assets under management and a portfolio of 50 companies, has become the most recent investor in Spanish technology. Bonsai Partners, Banco Sabadell, Faraday Venture Partners, Nero Ventures and Bbooster Ventures renew their confidence in Signaturit as they once again partake in this new round of financing.