Partech, a global technology investment firm, closed Partech Growth II, at €650M (c.$750M).
vivenu, a Düsseldorf, Germany-based provider of API-first ticketing platform for event organizers and venues around the world, closed a $50m Series B financing round.
Collato, a Berlin, Germany-based provider of a platform to simplify creative workflow management, raised €4.2m in Seed funding.
Timeless, a Berlin, Germany-based company that lets users invest fractional shares in luxury and cultural assets, closed a €12m funding round.
Docplanner, a Warsaw, Poland-based online healthcare marketplace and a provider of SaaS solutions for doctors and clinics, acquired Jameda, a Munich, Germany-based established online healthcare marketplace, from Hubert Burda Media.
everstox, a Munich, Germany-based Logistics-as-a-Service platform, closed a 20m Series A funding.
Jina, a Berlin, Germany-based open-source neural search company, raised $30M in Series A funding.
Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) is to acquire Scanline VFX, a Munich, Germany-based visual effects studio.
Accenture (NYSE: ACN) acquired T.A. Cook, a Berlin, Germany-based consultancy specializing in asset performance management and capital projects for clients in capital-intensive industries and infrastructure.
Chromatic 3D Materials, a Minneapolis, MI- and North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany—based reactive 3D-printing startup, raised an additional $5m in financing.
Razor Group, a Berlin, Germany-based company that acquires and scales e-commerce merchants, closed a $125m Series B funding round.
Nauta Capital, a pan-European Venture Capital firm investing in capital-efficient B2B software companies, closed its fifth fund, at €190M.
SimScale, a Munich, Germany- and Boston, MA-based SaaS platform making high-fidelity simulation technically and economically accessible to engineers worldwide, raised an additional €25M as an extension to its Series C funding.
Lichtenfels/Coburg, Germany-based HZG Group has launched a €50M venture capital fund and incubator for 3D printing startups.
Y42 (previously known as Datos-Intelligence), a Berlin, Germany-based company building a scalable data platform that anyone can run, closed a $31M Series A funding.