October closed with 32.11 millions of euro invested in startups, in a total of 17 Spanish public operations, the amounts of two of which have not been made official. This figure puts the accumulated investment in technology so far in 2019 at 733.65 millions of euro, slightly less than the figure for 2018 at the end […]
The artificial intelligence startup Erudit AI Inc. has obtained $500K of seed capital within its first three months of existence.The company, incorporated in the United States and headquartered in Madrid, has already joined The Venture City’s “Growth” program.
September closed with €81m invested in Spanish startups in a total of 29 public operations, where the round of Bnext announced has given a major boost to the month, which is the third most important month in terms of Spanish investments.
With the financing raised in the Series A round, led by DN Capital, Redalpine and Speedinvest, Bnext will strengthen its leadership in Spain and launch its services in Latin America.
Lookiero, the online personal shopping service for clothes and accessories, has closed a $19 million funding round led by venture capital fund MMC Ventures with support from existing investor All Iron Ventures, and new investors Bonsai Partners, 10x and Santander Smart.
HOMYHUB has been able to successfully complete its first seed round of 700.000 euros and now ready to reach more than 300.000 thousand garages in the next five years. The investment will be spread across various growth process: product and service launch, marketing, key hirings and expansion.
Quipu, the financial administrative management software for SMEs, has closed a funding round of 2 million euros with international investors. In addition, Dan Kragt is incorporated as CEO of the company, number two of the multinational TMF.
Holidu, a leading tech company in the vacation rental industry, has closed a €40m Series C funding round. The round was led by Prime Ventures, with participation from Coparion and MairDuMont Ventures. All existing investors, including EQT Ventures, Venture Stars, Senovo and business angel Chris Hitchen, also participated in the round.
Kenmei Technologies as raised a €1M seed investment round from venture capital firm GoHub Ventures, the investment vehicle of Global Omnium, and R2 Seed Investments.
FlexiDAO is a software provider in the energy sector founded in 2017 by energy engineers Simone Accornero (IT) and Grzegorz Bytniweski (PL) and by economist Joan Collell (ES). The three founders bring diverse experience from companies like Google, Bain & Company and Everis.