- Posted by Anthony Chariault
- On May 15, 2017
- 1 Comments
- Europe, investissement, startups, venture capital
La semaine dernière, ces 18 startups européennes ont levé plus de 677 millions d’euros.
1/ Delivery Hero: € 387M
Take-away food ordering and delivery service.
2/ Kreditech: € 110M
Kreditech provides access to credit for people with little or no credit history: The underbanked.
3/ Norwegian.AI: € 100M
Norwegian.AI helps create companies to innovate and collectively solve the Earth’s most pressing problems through the use of exponential technologies and artificial intelligence.
4/ The Ocean Cleanup: € 31.5M
The Ocean Cleanup develops technologies to extract, prevent, and intercept plastic pollutions.
5/ Xee: € 12M
Xee has developed a technology platform to connect any vehicle and enable the development of connected applications to change drivers’ lives.
6/ iEx.ec: € 11.5M
iEx.ec is developing the first Blockchain-based, fully distributed cloud computing platform.
7/ SeaBubbles: € 10M
Sea Bubbles is devising electric boats for urban transport that can “fly” over rivers.
8/ CBien: € 8M
CBien is a digital management platform to secure, estimate and manage its personal belongings.
Une partie de cette levée a été réalisée en Media for Equity avec notre partenaire 5M Ventures.
9/ Blue Valet: € 2M
Blue Valet offers a valet parking service in airports and train stations.
10/ Cypheme: € 1.2M
Cypheme is an artificial intelligence capable of detecting counterfeited products by analyzing their package’s microstructure. Using only a cellphone’s camera.
11/ Mi Hotel: € 630K
Mi Hotel is a new concept hotel, with no desk and connected rooms.
12/ CybeDroïd: € 600K
Cybedroïd is a start-up specialized in manufacturing and development of humanoid service robots.
13/ Ameublys: € 600K
Ameublys offers to home owners and real estate professionals a Web solution for furniture rental services and house moving payment facilities.
14/ SellingAtHome: € 560K
SellingAtHome is the publisher of a white labelled CRM SaaS solution for doorstep selling companies.
15/ Aptiko: € 500K
Aptiko has developed a simple and intuitive interactive digital signage solution.
16/ Octopus Robots: € 500K
Octopus Robots has developed an autonomous and intelligent robot vehicle to decontaminate and avoid contagions.
17/ Lumo: € 400K
Lumo is a crowdfunding platform for renewable energy projects.
18/ Snapshift: € 400K
Snapshift is the publisher of a software to manage restaurants’ employees (planning, salaries, etc.).