HousingAnywhere, a Rotterdam, The Netherlands-based housing platform, acquired Studenten WG, a Hanover, Germany-based classifieds website.
Leap, a San Francisco, CA- and Utrecht, the Netherlands-based provider of a universal distributed energy marketplace, raised $8.2m in a combination of equity and debt financing.
Banxa, a Melbourne, Australia- and Amsterdam, Netherlands based full-service, internationally compliant digital banking infrastructure provider, raised $2m in Series A funding round.
Secfi, a pre-wealth management platform for startup employees to navigate financial decisions from offer to IPO, secured a $550m investment facility from Serengeti Asset Management.
NorthSea Therapeutics B.V., a Dutch biotech company developing novel and innovative strategies for the treatment of NASH (Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis) and other metabolic, inflammatory and fibrotic diseases, closed a US $40m (€36m) Series B financing round.
Proof of Impact, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based blockchain powered marketplace to donate or invest directly into measurable impact outcomes, closed its first institutional investment round.
Anywhere365, a Rotterdam, The Netherlands, and Atlanta, GA-based contact center and enterprise dialogue management solution provider, received a €40m strategic investment from Bregal Milestone.
Kore, an Alphareta, GA-based independent global IoT company, acquired Integron, a IoT solutions and managed services provider with a focus on the connected health market.
Picnic, an Amersfoort, The Netherlands-based online supermarket company, raised €250m in funding.
Energyworx, a Houten, The Netherlands and Houston, Texas, USA-based provider of an Energy Data Management platform for utility companies to navigate and monetize the energy transition, raised €1m in Series A extension funding.
Amarna Therapeutics, a Leiden, the Netherlands-based biotechnology company, raised €10m in funding.
Minit, a process mining software provider, raised €7M in Series A funding.
Vacis, a Geleen, the Netherlands-based company commercializing a medical device that enables a patient’s body to create blood vessels using the patient’s own cells, has closed a further funding round of undisclosed amount.
Unilever, the transnational consumer goods company co-headquartered in London, United Kingdom, and Rotterdam, Netherlands, recently made two acquisitions.
Kambr, Inc., a global provider of a commercial airline intelligence platform, closed a $4M seed funding round.