Controlant, a Reykjavik, Iceland and San Francisco, CA-based provider of digital supply chain visibility solutions, secured $15m in Series B funding.
DT Equipment ehf., a Reykjavik, Iceland-based developer of analytics technology for metals production and processing, closed a Series A financing of undisclosed amount.
Kerecis Limited, an Arlington, Va.- and Reykjavik, Iceland-based regenerative-medicine biologics company, secured $21m in financing.
Grid, a Reykjavik, Iceland-based SaaS platform for people to work with data and numbers, closed a $12M Series A funding round.
Verne Global, a Reykjanesbær, Iceland-based provider of advanced data center solutions for high performance computing (HPC), raised $27M in funding.
HousingAnywhere, a Rotterdam, The Netherlands-based housing platform, acquired Icelandic rental platform Rentmate.
Mainframe, a Finnish-Icelandic gaming studio, raised €7.6m in Series A funding. The round was led by Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) with participation from Riot Games, Maki.vc, Play Ventures, Sisu Game Ventures, and Crowberry Capital. In conjunction with the funding, Ilkka Kivimäki joined Mainframe’s board as chairman. The company intends to use the funds to continue to […]
Laki Power, a Reykjavik, Iceland-based leader in real-time surveillance for high-voltage powerline infrastructure, closed its first institutional investment round of undisclosed amount.
Kerecis, a Reykjavik, Iceland and Arlinton, VA-based developer of fish-skin wound treatment, completed a $16m Series C funding round.
Authenteq, a Reykjavik, Iceland- and Berlin, Germany-based blockchain identity verification company, raised $5M in in the first closing of its Series A funding.
Monerium, a Reykjavik, Iceland-based fintech startup bringing full asset backed, redeemable, and regulated e-money to blockchains through a licensed institution, raised a total of $2M in seed funding.
Tempo, a Reykjavik, Iceland-based provider of productivity-enhancing project management solutions, received an investment from Diversis Capital.
TripCreator, a Reykjavík, Iceland-based provider of trip-planning solutions, secured $8m in funding.
Teatime Games, a Reykjavik, Iceland-based social games company, raised $7.5m in Series A funding round and a prior $1.6m seed funding round.
Oculis, a Lausanne, Switzerland-based clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on the development of non-invasive topical treatment for back-of-the-eye diseases, closed a Series B financing round of CHF20m ($20.3m).