GenomeUp, a Rome, Italy-based AI driven biomedicine company, raised €200k in funding.
Together Price, a Rome, Italy-based provider of an account sharing platform, raised €630k in funding.
Kaleyra, a Milan, Italy-based provider of global messaging services for banks, SME and large enterprise clients, acquired Vienna (US, Virginia)-based cloud communications company Hook Mobile.
Velasca, a Milan, Italy-based manafacturer of luxury shoes and accessories for men, raised €2.5m in funding.
Aileens Pharma S.r.l., a Milan, Italy-based developer of treatments to improve clinical outcomes in patients suffering from dermatological diseases, completed a €3M Series A financing.
Satispay, a Milan, Italy- and London, UK-based fintech company, raised €10m in the first tranche of its Series B funding.
Alkemy S.p.A. has signed an agreement for the acquisition of 51% of the share capital of Ontwice Interactive Services SL, one of the most important digital agencies in Spain and Mexico. Within four years, Alkemy will complete the acquisition of the remaining 49% of the Company’s share capital.
Kellify, a Genoa, Italy and Malmo, Sweden-based fintech startup, raised a new round of US$ 1,73 M to continue to develop the artificial intelligence that powers the Kellify experience.
Userbot, a Milan, Italy-based AI driven CRM startup, raised €200k in additional funding.
Private equity firm 21 Investimenti acquired a majority stake in Carton Pack, a Rutigliano, Bari, Apulia, Italy-based fresh produce packaging company.
Supermercato24, a Verona, Italy-based same-day grocery delivery service, raised €13m in Series B funding.
Sclak, a Milan, Italy-based Internet of Things startup, raised €3m in its first funding round.
Oval Money, a Milan, Italy- and London, UK-based automated savings platform, kicked off its Series A round with a significant investment led by Italian banking group Intesa SanPaolo Group.
YoAgents, a Milan, Italy-based web and mobile platform to create on-demand and open commercial networks to promote digital services, raised €415k in funding.
Liquidweb, a Siena, Italy-based developer of a brain-computer interface based device that allows locked-in patients to communicate via brainwaves, raised €2.5M in funding.