Venture capital | Future Technologies
Antai Venture Builder seeks digital businesses to reap business success

Antai Venture Builder is a startup focused on building digital business. It is born under the word for “commitment” in Japanese. The company, which has launched around twenty businesses since its founding in 2012, decided to specialize in business market analysis and thus achieve “proven success” businesses to implement in the commercial ecosystem.

Investments | Investments
More than €1,000M was invested in startups in Spain in 2019

2019 closes with more than 1,000 million Euro invested in startups in Spain and with two Spanish technology companies, Cabify and Glovo, considered as unicorns (companies with valuations exceeding 1 billion Euro), whose latest operations have contributed to these accumulated figures. In fact, the last round of 150M Euro announced by Glovo last December means […]

Startups | Marketplace
Byld, the startup that has designed a startup creation model: Corporate Venture Building

The Byld startup has launched a model of startup creation called Corporate Venture Building, which is based on the construction of startups with large corporations. This is “the definitive innovation model”, says the company. Byld’s business model focuses on “taking on the risk of the creation process of startups”.

Investments | Future Technologies
Alén Space raises one million euros from BeAble Capital and CDTI

Alén Space , specialized in providing consultance, design manufacturing and operations services for small satellites, has raised one million euros investment from BeAble Capital, a leading fund in technology transfer in Spain, and the Center for Industrial Technological Development (CDTI).

Investments | Investments
Wegow’s turnover leaps 135% in 2019, for a total of 25.4 million euros

Wegow, the Spanish platform to find out about and discover concerts, socialise with other music lovers and buy tickets had a turnover of 25.4 million euros last year, representing a 135% year-on-year increase.

Ecosystem | Accelerators
European consortium EIT Food is looking for the 60 most innovative startups in the agri-food sector to help accelerate their growth

European consortium EIT Food is looking for 60 groundbreaking startups in the agri-food sector in Europe to help them grow and give them an international boost. The EIT Food Accelerator Network (FAN) programme has launched its third edition with the aim of giving fledgling companies the opportunity to stand out in the European market.

Ecosystem | Accelerators
European consortium EIT Food is looking for innovative agri-food ideas for their incubator in Spain

European consortium EIT Food has launched Seedbed 2020, a programme to boost new agri-food companies. With this intensive six-month programme, EIT Food wants to train new companies so they can turn their projects into viable companies with a future.

Startups | Marketplace
Last Mile Team, last mile delivery digitization

Last Mile Team, a startup that simultaneously offers companies of any size the ability to easily incorporate into their distribution operations a level of customer experience, optimization and visibility comparable to Amazon or Uber.

Startups | Future Technologies
Difunde Online, the digital agency specialized in marketing and communication

Difunde Online is a boutique performance marketing agency, specialized in lead generation. It offers integral and tailor-made solutions to improve and optimize the internet presence of its clients.

Highlights

Ecosystem
Acceleration calls focused on startups and entrepreneurs during the month of October 2019

Many corporations such as Abanca, Acciona, Iberdrola, Banco Sabadell, Bankia as well as specialized accelerators have decided to launch their acceleration calls after summer and all of them will coincide with the celebration of the South Summit in Madrid from 2 to 4 October, an important time of the year as the Spanish ecosystem is concentrated throughout the week in Madrid.

News
El Referente launches its fourth Investment Guide for Startups

The newspaper El Referente today released the fourth edition of the Investment Guide for Startups, now on sale on our online channels. After three years of growth in the number of guides sold, the magazine has once again opted for a 226-page edition in which it reviews all the agents in the ecosystem.