Utrecht, the Netherlands, and Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Gilde Healthcare closed Gilde Healthcare V, a €416m ($450m) venture and growth capital fund.
HousingAnywhere, a Rotterdam, The Netherlands-based housing platform, acquired Icelandic rental platform Rentmate.
Kaizo, formerly known as Ticketless, Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based startup that aims to actively guide employees towards achieving their goals and making an impact in their companies, raised $3m in seed funding.
Pyramid Analytics, an Amsterdam, the Netherlands-based provider of a next-generation business intelligence (BI) platform for the enterprise, closed a funding round of $25 million.
Everbridge, Inc. (NASDAQ: EVBG), a Boston, MA- and Los Angeles, CA-based provider of critical event management (CEM) solutions, acquired one2many, a Netherlands-based global provider of cell broadcast solutions for safety applications.
UNL, a Singapore- and Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based “Internet of Places” startup, raised $2m in seed funding.
Harbour BioMed, a Cambridge, MA- Rotterdam, The Netherlands and Suzhou, China-based global, clinical stage biopharmaceutical company, closed its $75m Series B+ round of financing.
Toxys, a Leiden, The Netherlands-based biotech company, raised €2m in funding.
LSP, a life sciences investor in Europe, has held its final close of LSP 6 at the $600m hard cap.
Accenture (NYSE: ACN) acquired Eindhoven, The Netherlands-based product design and innovation agency VanBerlo.
Azafaros B.V., a Leiden, The Netherlands-based rare metabolic disorders pipeline developer, closed a Series A financing round of €25m (approximately USD$28m).
Dealroom, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based startup data and research platform, raised €2.75M in Series A funding.
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.