Office App, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based proptech startup that offers a tenant and employee experience platform, raised €4.3M in Series A funding.
Nori Health, a Dutch health-tech startup, raised $670k in pre seed funding.
Unica, a Hoevelaken, the Netherlands-based all-around technical service provider, is to acquire Brainpact, a Venray, the Netherlands-based company specialized in industrial automation software.
Telecommunications operator Orange acquired SecureLink, a European independent cybersecurity services provider.
Genome Diagnostics B.V., also known as GenDx, an Utrecht, the Netherlands-based provider of molecular diagnostic kits and analysis software for transplantation and companion diagnostics, received a minority, growth equity investment from Ampersand Capital Partners.
LeQuest, a Rotterdam, The Netherlands-based supplier of medical technology education, raised €7m in funding.
Otrium, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based online fashion outlet, raised €7m in Series A funding.
First investor Amerborgh sold a part of its stake in Ohpen, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based fintech company, to NPM Capital.
Dutch early stage venture capital firm and accelerator Rockstart is closing its first fund of €15m for its AgriFood domain accelerator and fund.
LiveRamp (NYSE: RAMP), a San Francisco, CA-based identity platform powering exceptional experiences, acquired Faktor, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based provider of a privacy and consent management platform.
PayU, a Hoofddorp, The Netherlands-based online payment service provider and Naspers’ fintech arm, acquired Wibmo, a Cupertino, CA-based provider of digital payment security and mobile payment technologies, for $70m.
4C has acquired a stake in iQ Media and together created a new entity, Kinetiq.
3D Hubs, an Amsterdam, Netherlands–based automated manufacturing platform, raised $18M in Series C funding.
Synerkine Pharma B.V., an Utrecht, The Netherlands-based developer of fusion proteins for the treatment of chronic pain, closed a €3.3m Series A financing.
The Financial Times, one of the world’s leading business news organizations, has acquired a controlling stake in Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based TNW (The Next Web), an events and media company with a focus on new technology and startups in Europe.