ViraTherapeutics, an Innsbruck, Austria-based biopharmaceutical company developing innovative virus-based immunotherapeutics for the treatment of cancer, has been acquired by Boehringer Ingelheim in a transaction with a total value of €210m ($245m).
Better Collective, a Copenhagen, Denmark-based developer of digital platforms for bookmaker information, iGaming communities, and betting tips, completed the acquisition of all shares in Austrian based Bola Webinformation GmbH, including its flagship product Wettbasis.com.
TourRadar, a Vienna, Austria-based online travel agency operating in the multi-day touring market, raised US$50m in Series C funding.
Venture capital firm Speedinvest, in partnership with Raiffeisen Bank International and UNIQA Insurance Group, has launched a new growth capital fund.
Cashpresso, a Vienna, Austria-based fintech startup, completed a €3.5m financing.
European venture capital firm Speedinvest has launched a new Micro VC fund and completed the first closing at over €20m.
Firstbird, a Vienna, Austria-based recruitment tech startup, raised €2m in funding.
Themis, a Vienna, Austria-based developer of vaccines, closed a €10m Series C financing round.
Miracor Medical Systems, an Awans, Belgium-based medical device company developing innovative solutions to treat severe heart diseases, raised €25m in Series D financing round.
Pace, a London, UK- and Vienna, Austria-based startup that uses machine learning and dynamic pricing to help hotels maximize revenues and occupancy, raised £2.5m in seed funding.
Hookipa Biotech AG, a Vienna, Austria-based clinical stage biotech company, raised $59.6m (€50.0m) in Series C financing.
TourRadar, a Vienna, Austria- Toronto, Canada- and Brisbane, Australia-based multi-day tour marketplace, closed its $10m Series B funding.
Robart, a Linz, Austria-based technology company which has developed autonomous AI for the consumer mass market, secured a €6.1M Series B funding round.
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TTTech, a Vienna, Austria-based provider of solutions for networking and safety controls, raised €50m in funding.