A funding contract has been concluded between the company from Saxony and EASME (European Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises) The internet platform for personal training in endurance sports has received 50,000 Euro as project funding to investigate international market opportunities and to further develop it’s training software. Horizon 2020 program supports particularly innovative companies for faster growth. Since the first call in 2014, no other company from Eastern Saxony has received technology funding at this level. The chance of getting a grant was only about eight percent. Recognize warning signals earlier The Innovative team tries to enhance training quality measurable through a specific combination of
Photo courtesy of btov Partners GmbH • btov’s Industrial Tech Fund together with its Private Investor Network invest $3M in the Berlin-based B2B SaaS startup Ninox. • Ninox empowers nontechnical end users in a variety of business functions to digitize business processes and
Coople, Europe’s leading on-demand platform for flexible staff, receives additional funding of USD 32 million from a group of investors led by One Peak Partners and the Growth Equity Business within the Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division. In total, Coople
PLANTED FOODS AG RAISES 7 MILLION SWISS FRANCS IN CAPITAL WHICH WILL BE USED FOR PRODUCTION SCALE-UP, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, AND MARKET EXPANSION ABROAD.
The Swiss ETH Spin-off, Planted, creates tasty plant-based meat that mimics the taste, texture and mouthfeel of animal meat. For its seed financing round, Planted raised seven million Swiss francs. The capital will be used to scale-up production, accelerate research
Healx, the AI-powered and patient-inspired technology company specialising in treatments for rare diseases, today announces that it has raised $56 million in a Series B financing round, led by one of Europe’s largest VC firms Atomico and joined by Intel
Beekeeper, creator of the first operational communications platform for non-desk workforces, announced the closing of a $45 million Series B financing. The round was co-led by Thayer Ventures and Swisscanto Invest by Zürcher Kantonalbank, with participation from prior investors including