Shapr3D, a Budapest, Hungary-based startup that developed a 3D CAD modeling app for iPad Pro, raised US$6m in series A financing.
Bitrise, a Budapest, Hungary-based mobile continuous integration and delivery platform, raised $20m in series B funding.
Realeyes, a London, UK-based emotion AI company, raised $12.4M in funding.
Talentuno, a Budapest, Hungary-based HR tech startup, raised €4m in Series A funding.
Codecool, a Budapest, Hungary-based coding school, raised €3.5m in Series B funding.
Rollbar, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of Software as a Service real-time error monitoring software, acquired Samebug, a Budapest, Hungary-based platform for developers to find and share solutions to software problems.
Tresorit, a Zurich, Switzerland – Budapest, Hungary-based cloud encryption and collaboration company which provides end-to-end encrypted file sync & sharing for businesses, closed an €11.5M Series B financing.
Citoxlab Group, an Evreux, France-based non-clinical CRO player, is to acquire Solvo Biotechnology, a Budapest, Hungary-based CRO specializing in drug transporter studies and the assessment of Drug-Drug Interactions (DDI).
Organica Water, a global provider of innovative solutions for the treatment and recycling of wastewater, completed a $21m Series D financing.
AImotive, a Budapest, Hungary-based full-stack autonomous vehicle technology company, closed a its $38m Series C funding.
Bitrise, a London, Uk and Budapest, Hungary-based provider of a mobile continuous integration and delivery platform, raises $3.2M in series A funding.
OXO Group, a Budapest, Hungaria-based venture capital market player in the CEE region, signed a European Investment Fund (EIF) commitment under InnovFin Business Angels, to set up a technology fund focusing on startups in Central and Eastern Europe.
Prezi, a San Francisco, CA-based visual presentation platform company, acquired Infogram, a Riga, Latvia-based web-based data visualization company.
Commsignia Inc., a Santa Clara, CA-based Vehicle-to-everything solution provider, closed a financing round of undisclosed amount.
VirtDB, a Budapest, Hungary-based software technology startup developing innovative data access solutions, raised $1.2m in funding.