PlanRadar, a Vienna, Austria-based digital field management platform for construction and real estate projects, raised $69m in Series B funding.
Mostly AI, a Vienna, Austria-based company which pioneered the creation of AI-generated synthetic data, raised a $25M in Series B funding.
GoStudent, a Vienna, Austria-based company that provides one-to-one video-based online tutoring, raised €300M in Series D funding and was valued at €3 Billion.
USound, a Graz, Austria-based global developer and manufacturer of micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) loudspeakers for personal devices and wearable technology, raised $30m in funding.
Moody’s Corporation (NYSE:MCO) entered into an agreement to acquire 360kompany AG, a Vienna, Austria-based provider of onboarding and Know Your Customer (KYC) technology solutions.
Speedinvest, a Vienna, Austria-based early-stage investor, has launched a new €80m Climate & Industry Opportunity fund.
TriLite, a Vienna, Austria-based developer of a small projection display, raised €8m in funding.
3TS Capital Partners, a European technology-focused growth capital investor, held the first closing of its Fund IV with a target size of €150m.
Cortical.io, a Vienna, Austria and NYC- and San Francisco, CA-based provider of solutions that classify, extract and search information within unstructured documents, raised $6m in Series A funding.
contextflow, a Vienna, Austria – based provider of artificial intelligence for medical image analysis, raised €6.7M in Series A funding round.
Adverity, a Vienna, Austria-based marketing analytics platform, closed a $120m Series D financing.
Refurbed, a Vienna, Austria-based marketplace for refurbished electronics in the German speaking region promoting sustainable consumption, raised $54m in Series B funding.
Blockpit, a Linz, Austria-based provider of legally compliant and audited tax reports for the treatment of crypto assets, raised $10m in Series A funding.
byrd, a Vienna, Austria-based tech-driven digital logistics and fulfilment platform, raised €16m in Series B funding.
GoStudent, a Vienna, Austria-based edtech company, raised €205M in Series C Funding at €1.4 Billion valuation.