The European Tech Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report takes on a trip across various ecosystems in Europe, highlighting some of the notable funding activity in the various markets that we track. The notable European Tech startup fundings for the week ending 6/5/23 featuring funding details for Viatu, Adarga, and three other European deals representing £50M in new funding that you absolutely need to know about.
hackajob – $25.0M
London-based hackajob exists to bring great people together with great companies, helping them continue to drive the world forward. Founded by Mark Chaffey and Razvan Creanga in 2014, hackajob has now raised a total of $33.0M in total equity funding and is backed by AXA Venture Partners, Foresight Group, and Volition Capital.
Tangem – $8.0M
Zug-based Tangem is a manufacturer of smartcard wallets that focus on cryptocurrency security and accessibility. Founded by Andrew Pantyukhin, Andrey Kurennykh, and Anselm Schmucki in 2017, Tangem has now raised a total of $23.0M in total equity funding and is backed by SBI Digital Asset Holdings and Shima Capital.
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Viatu – €960K
Zug-based Viatu is redefining the itinerary-based travel booking experience. Founded by Alfredo Seidemann and Barbara Buchel in 2020, Viatu has now raised a total of $1.4M in total equity funding and is backed by ASI Reisen, Loic Amado, and Ndoto.
Adarga – £17.4M
London-based Adarga’s powerful AI platform analyses huge volumes of unstructured data at speed, unlocking actionable and insightful intelligence Founded by Rob Bassett Cross in 2016, Adarga has now raised a total of £24.4M in total equity funding and is backed by BOKA Group Holdings I LP.
Multiomic Health – $6.2M
London-based Multiomic Health is building a precision therapeutics discovery platform for metabolic syndrome diseases. Founded by Alasdair Thong, Robert Thong, and Serge Faguet in 2021, Multiomic Health has now raised a total of $8.8M in total equity funding and is backed by Ada Ventures, Fifty Years, Hoxton Ventures, MMC Ventures, and Verve Ventures.