Fixably, an Espoo, Finland-based provider of a software platform allowing repair shops and technicians to manage their workflow efficiently to get hardware fixed, secured $2M in funding.
Superhero Capital, a Helsinki, Finland-based venture capital firm, held the first close of its second fund, at €30M.
iFarm, a Helsinki, Finland – based startup that provides innovative solutions for growing fresh greens, berries and vegetables, raised $4M in funding.
Quuppa, an Espoo, Finland-based provider of Real-Time Locating Systems (RTLS), raised its first round of funding, worth €20m.
Varjo, a Helsinki, Finland-based developer of a virtual and mixed reality headset capable of human-eye resolution, raised $54m in Series C funding.
Traplight, a Tampere, Finland-based mobile games studio, secured €8m in funding.
Basemark, a Helsinki, Finland-based software company specialising in graphics and autonomous driving vehicle software, closed a €7m equity funding round.
Consumer tech company Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ:GRMN) acquired Firstbeat Analytics Oy, an Jyvaskyla, Finland-based provider of physiological analytics and metrics for consumer devices in the health, wellness, fitness and performance markets.
Tilt Biotherapeutics, a Helsinki, Finland-based clinical-stage biotechnology company developing cancer immunotherapies, secured an additional €6.2m in funding.
Swappie, a Helsinki, Finland-based end-to-end online marketplace for buying and selling refurbished smartphones, raised $40.6m (€35.8m) in Series B funding.
IQM Finland Oy, an Espoo, Finland-based quantum computer hardware company, was awarded a €2.5M grant and received an up to €15M equity investment from the EIC Accelerator program.
Taimer, a Jyväskylä, Finland-based startup providing innovative CRM and business management solutions, closed a $1M USD in its pre-seed funding round.
Like many sectors – airline, chemical, tourism, hotels, motels, and retail, the igaming industry is taking a dive during the times of Coronavirus.
The QL Gaming Group (formerly known as RotoQL), a NYC-based direct to consumer sports data and iGaming affiliate platform, raised $1.1m in funding.
AppGyver, a Helsinki, Finland-based providing visual programming tools for professional app development, raised €2M in funding.