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News Start-up scene becomes greener More and more people are deciding to start their businesses in sustainable segments. But they have to overcome some challenges.
News Gorillas is now a unicorn The start-up Gorillas has raised more than 200 million euros in a financing round. It is now valued at more than one billion euros.
News Plusdental wins professional footballer as investor The national player and other investors are putting 35 million euros into the start-up. This is already the second news about Dentalplus in less than four weeks.
News Neobank Kontist raises 25 million euros Kontist was able to close a successful Series B round and receives 25 million euros. The two investors Founders and Haufe Group have been loyal to the start-up for years.
News Leanix buys up competitors Just last year, the Bonn-based start-up received a valuation of 450 million euros, and CEO Christ does not rule out an IPO. Now Leanix is buying up its competitor Cleanshelf and integrating the service into its own...
News New investor for Mateo The Berlin-based start-up digitizes communication between tenants and landlords. Now it was able to collect 240,000 euros from the investor Styx Urban Investment in a pre-seed round.
News Five million euros for Dracoon Storing data securely, protected from any possibility of access - this is what the start-up Dracoon promises with its platform. It has now raised five million euros in a current financing round.
News Proptech from Hamburg receives six million euros Proptech Evernest has raised six million euros in its seed round. Investors include existing investor Project A Ventures, as well as venture capitalists APIC from Austria and FJ Labs from the US.
News Blacklane raises 22 million euros Ten years ago, Frank Steuer and Jens Wohltorf founded the limousine platform Blacklane, and now it has been announced that the Berlin-based start-up has raised €22 million in a recent round of funding, as reported by...
News Exclusive: This is Volkswagen's new corporate start-up The young company is called Cito. The boss will be Gregor Stock, who is responsible for Mobility-as-a-Service at Volkswagen, among other things, and the project is to be launched this year.

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