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  • Matera raises another $43 million to turn residential building management

    French startup Matera has announced that is has raised a new $43 million (35 million) Series B funding round led by Mubadala Capital. Bpifrance, Burda Principal Investments as well as existing investors Index Ventures and Samaipata are also participating.The company is building a vertical SaaS for residential property management. In More

    Matera raises another $43 million to turn residential building management into SaaS
  • Indonesian crypto exchange Pintu gets $6M Series A led by

    Along with the stock market, cryptocurrency is also seeing an uptick among retail investors in Indonesia. Pintu, a platform focused on first-time cryptocurrency buyers, announced today it has raised a $6 million Series A, led by Pantera Capital, Intudo Ventures and Coinbase Ventures.Other participants in the round included Blockchain.com Ventures, More

    Indonesian crypto exchange Pintu gets $6M Series A led by Pantera, Intudo and Coinbase Ventures
  • Creandum backs Amie, a new productivity app from ex-N26 product

    Amie, a new productivity app from ex-N26 product manager Dennis Müller, has picked up $1.3 million in pre-seed funding to “kickstart” development and hiring.Backing 23-year-old Müller is Creandum — the European VC best known for being an early investor in Spotify — along with Tiny.VC and a plethora of angels. More

    Creandum backs Amie, a new productivity app from ex-N26 product manager Dennis Mller
  • Yamo scores 10.1M Series A to offer healthier food choices

    Yamo, a self-described “foodtech” startup that produces and sells healthier food for babies and young children, has raised 10.1 million in Series A funding.Backing comes from European food and agriculture tech investor Five Seasons Ventures, Swiss Entrepreneurs Fund, Ringier Digital Ventures, Müller Ventures, btov Partners, Polytech Ventures, BackBone Ventures, and More

    Yamo scores 10.1M Series A to offer healthier food choices for young children