AskNicely, a Portland, Oregon- Auckland, New Zealand- and Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based leader in customer experience software for service businesses, completed a $32M Series B funding round.
Miro, a San Francisco, CA and Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based online platform accelerating innovation through visual collaboration, raised $400M in Series C financing.
Mr. & Mrs. Watson, a Dutch vegan food-tech startup, raised €700k in feed funding.
ViCentra, the Utrecht, Netherlands-based company behind Kaleido, a small and light wearable insulin pump (“patch pump”), closed a EUR 65m (USD 74m) Series C financing.
Accenture (NYSE: ACN) acquired Zestgroup, an Amsterdam The Netherlands-based services firm specializing in energy transitions, net carbon-zero projects and procurement of renewables.
Silverflow, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based modern global payment technology company, raised a $17M Series A funding round.
Samotics, a Leiden, Netherlands-based provider of real-time actionable insights to eliminate industrial energy waste and unplanned downtime, closed €14.5m Series A funding.
Mambu, a London, UK and Amsterdam, Netherlands-based provider of a SaaS based banking platform, rased €235m in Series E funding round, at a valuation to €4.9 billion post money.
Convious, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based AI-driven ecommerce platform for the experience economy, raised $12M in Series A funding.
Accel Club, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based Amazon aggregator, closerd a $170M equity and venture debt funding round.
TabTrader, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based cryptocurrency trading mobile app, closed a $5.8M Series A funding.
LionVolt, an Eindhoven, Netherlands-based battery startup, raised €4M in Seed funding.
MyLife Technologies, a Leiden, The Netherlands-based vaccine and drug delivery company focusing on the development of ceramic vaccine patches for the simple, efficient and painless administration of vaccines through the skin, raised US$4.0m in funding.
Prilenia Therapeutics, a Naarden, Netherlands-, Herzliya, Israel-, and Boston, MA-based clinical stage biotech company, raised $43M in Series B funding.
Aito, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based haptic touch specialist, raised more than €4m in funding.