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- London-based eco startup WILD grabs €2.2 million for its plastic-free, refillable & gender neutral deodoranton October 27, 2020
London-based Wild Cosmetics, the design-led personal care startup behind one of the UK’s first refillable plastic-free deodorants has raised around €2.2 million in seed funding as it sets its sights on cleaning up the bathroom’s contribution to landfill. In a round led by Jam Jar Investments, the subscription-based firm, which has cemented a loyal following The post London-based eco startup WILD grabs €2.2 million for its plastic-free, refillable & gender neutral deodorant first appeared on EU-Startups.
- Lithuanian unicorn Vinted acquires Dutch startup United Wardrobe to make second-hand fashion the first choice in Europeon October 27, 2020
Today Vinted, Europe’s largest online C2C marketplace dedicated to second-hand fashion, has announced the acquisition of United Wardrobe, the largest second-hand fashion platform in the Netherlands. The transaction will enable the combined group to accelerate its rapid expansion to new markets and extend its international footprint. With a combined member base of 34 million buyers The post Lithuanian unicorn Vinted acquires Dutch startup United Wardrobe to make second-hand fashion the first choice in Europe first appeared on EU-Startups.
- Reinventing the way people interact with machinery – Interview with Inxpect founder Luca Salgarellion October 27, 2020
Today we interviewed Luca Salgarelli, the founder and CEO of the Italian startup Inxpect. Founded in 2016, Inxpect is working on innovative 3D safety radar technology for robotics and industrial automation. So far, the startup was already able to raise about €12 milllion in funding and continues to be on a rapid growth journey. Inxpect was The post Reinventing the way people interact with machinery - Interview with Inxpect founder Luca Salgarelli first appeared on EU-Startups.
- Coffee lover? Copenhagen-based Kaffe Bueno lands €1.1 million to unlock and upcycle coffee’s health potentialon October 27, 2020
Danish industrial biotech startup Kaffe Bueno has landed €1.1 million from PINC (Paulig Group venture capital), Vækstfonden, The Yield Lab, and a Danish business angel. The money will be spent on scaling up production, growing the team, IPR, and further product development. Founded in Denmark in 2016 by three Colombian entrepreneurs, Kaffe Bueno uses green The post Coffee lover? Copenhagen-based Kaffe Bueno lands €1.1 million to unlock and upcycle coffee’s health potential first appeared on EU-Startups.
- If your goal is to become rich, you shouldn’t start a startup. Here is why!on October 27, 2020
Is the dream of every entrepreneur to change the world, or to make money? Or could it be both? Does becoming rich mean more cars and houses, but also investing in those people, ideas or technologies which will change the world? Or even more so, is this besides the point? Depending on where you are The post If your goal is to become rich, you shouldn't start a startup. Here is why! first appeared on EU-Startups.
- How to hire the right talent for your startup remotelyon October 26, 2020
The current worldwide pandemic has definitely impacted our personal lives, but also our professional ones. Companies have had to go full-time or partially remote to minimise contact and avoid having crowds of people at the office. Some hiring processes might have stopped, but others are still running, as evidenced by the activity on our EU-Startups The post How to hire the right talent for your startup remotely first appeared on EU-Startups.
- Slovenian translation platform TAIA raises €1.2 million to fill the void between translation agencies and Google Translateon October 26, 2020
A Slovenian machine translation platform TAIA has raised €1.2 million seed funding from the venture capital fund Fil Rouge Capital. The company has received €1.4 million to date and will use the latest investment to fuel its expansion in western Europe and the US, and further develop the platform. Launched in 2018, TAIA is a The post Slovenian translation platform TAIA raises €1.2 million to fill the void between translation agencies and Google Translate first appeared on EU-Startups.
- London-based femtech Clementine nabs €1.1 million to improve the emotional wellbeing of millions of womenon October 26, 2020
Femtech startup Clementine has secured around €1.1 million and with it, a place in Fortunis Capital’s Top 20 UK Impact Investment Fund. The new funding will accelerate the growth of Clementine, which was named one of the seven apps every woman should own by The Guardian. Founded by Kim Palmer in 2017, it provides world-leading The post London-based femtech Clementine nabs €1.1 million to improve the emotional wellbeing of millions of women first appeared on EU-Startups.
- “Transport will go electric and autonomous over the next 10 years”: Interview with Irish energytech serial entrepreneur Norman Crowleyon October 26, 2020
Energy comes in many forms. Humans have learned to harness the power of fire, water, air and exploit resources in the ground. In a modern world, energy technology allows us to power everything from our houses, to transport, to our phones. It connects us and allows us to share information across the world in a The post "Transport will go electric and autonomous over the next 10 years": Interview with Irish energytech serial entrepreneur Norman Crowley first appeared on EU-Startups.
- London-based PrimaryBid raises €42.3 million to grow its platform that connects retail investors with public companieson October 26, 2020
London-based fintech PrimaryBid has today announced raising approx. €42.3 million Series B funding, co-led by OMERS, London Stock Exchange Group and Draper Esprit, alongside Fidelity, and existing investors Pentech and Outward VC among others. Founded in 2015, PrimaryBid seamlessly connects everyday investors with public companies. Through a long-term agreement with the London Stock Exchange, it ensures The post London-based PrimaryBid raises €42.3 million to grow its platform that connects retail investors with public companies first appeared on EU-Startups.