Xeltis, an Eindhoven, The Netherlands- and Zurich, Switzerland-based clinical-stage medical device company advancing a restorative approach in heart valve therapy, completed a €45 million ($52m) Series C financing.
EclecticIQ, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based provider of Cyber Threat Intelligence technology solutions, raised €14m in Series B funding.
BioGeneration Ventures (BGV), a Naarden, The Netherlands-based venture capital firm with a focus on early stage European biotech, medtech, and diagnostics companies, closed its third fund, at €82m.
Global financial institution ING has launched ING Ventures, a €300m fund aimed at investing in fintech companies.
AxonIQ, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based provider of a software platform for event-based microservices systems, raised a seed funding round from Volta Ventures.
Bux, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based fintech startup, raised €10.6m in Series C funding.
AIT Worldwide Logistics, a global leader in air and sea freight, ground distribution, warehouse management and custom supply chain solutions, received an investment from middle market private equity firm Quad-C Management.
Bolt Mobility, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based maker of electric scooters, raised over €3m on equity crowdfunding platform Seedrs.
Withlocals, an Eindhoven, the Netherlands – based global marketplace for personalized travel experiences, raised €3.5m (USD$4.1m) in Series A funding.
Musement, a Milan, Italy-based travel tech startup that lets users discover and book local tours and attractions, acquired Triposo, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based travel content platform.
LetGo, a marketplace for people to buy and sell used goods, raised $100m in funding.
Private equity firm Idinvest Partners has launched a large-scale fund to finance the modernization of production tools for European SMEs, to increase their competitiveness and productivity in both local and international markets.
Fairphone, an Amsterdam, the Netherlands-based maker of modular smartphones, raised 6.5m in funding.
PastBook, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based photo books platform, raised $2M in funding.