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 23/1/21 featuring funding details forLovys, Skyqraft, and twelve other European fundings that you absolutely need to know about.
The pandemic has accelerated e-commerce by an estimated 5 years according to a recent report by IBM. This global seismic shift has been possible since reliable payment solutions are available, ready to be deployed regardless of country, currency, or language. PPRO is the local payments infrastructure platform that powers some of the industry’s leading solutions including Citi, Mastercard Payment Gateway Services, PayPal, and Worldpay. As companies rush to serve a global, digital market, PPRO’s technology ensures that merchants are able to accept payments globally with customer’s preferred payment methods on payment platforms that they already use. London TechWatch caught up with CEO Simon Black to learn more about the company’s impression traction, expansion plans, and latest round of funding from investors that include Sprints Capital, Eurazeo Growth, Wellington Management.
Funding up 18% in a banner year for London Tech with ~$6.3B invested despite challenges. Read on for a clear and concise analysis.
London Tech News for the week ending 16/1 featuring news for SalesTrip, Weezy, and much, much more…
The notable European Tech startup fundings for the week ending 16/1/21 featuring funding details for Red Kubes, Shippeo, and fourteen other European fundings that you absolutely need to know about.
London Tech News for the week ending 9/1 featuring news for Kitchen Ventures, ThingCo, and much, much more.
The notable European Tech startup fundings for the week ending 9/1/21 featuring funding details for Veo, Mambu, and nine other European fundings that you absolutely need to know about.
As folks spent more time at home as a result of the pandemic and with fewer places to spend discretionary income, homeowners in the UK have spent £55b on home renovations since March. My Bespoke Room offers a technology-powered, personalized interior design service for a flat fee to anyone looking to hire a professional to spruce up their homes. It takes less than 15 minutes to complete your design brief and then you are connected with a designer based on your preferences and tastes. The service starts at a very affordable £195 per room. London TechWatch caught up with Cofounder Diana Greenlaugh to learn more about the inspiration for the business, how the lockdown has bolstered interest in interior design, and the company’s recent funding round.
Funding down 28.7% MOM as much of the nation under lockdown in December. Find out where it went… Aggregate statistics for all London funding deals by stage of funding (Early, Series A, Series B, and Late) including mention of notable rounds for December 2020.