Grip Fertility raises funds to help women take control of their reproductive health
Female-founded startup Grip Fertility has raised an undisclosed amount through a pre-seed round which saw family, friends and angel investors purchase convertible notes that will be changed into company shares in the future. Grip Fertility offers a home testing kit to check hormone levels and a consultation with a doctor, as well as an online community dedicated to women’s health.
Mediahuis invests €5 million in scale-up Lepaya
Lepaya, which offers webinars and remote training programmes to help young professionals develop their soft skills, has raised €5 million from an investment by Mediahuis. The funds will help the Amsterdam-based company to continue its expansion plans, improve its technology and increase its course offerings, which focus on subjects like leadership and communication.
FinTech company Cobase raises €10 million with the help of Nordic and French banks
Cobase, a FinTech company that helps corporate clients to manage multiple bank accounts through a single platform, raised €10 million from French and Nordic banks in a Series A funding round. In 2018, Cobase procured €7.5 million in funding from ING. It will use the new money to further develop its offerings and grow its customer base.
Connecterra keeps moo-ving with a €7.8 million investment
Livestock tech company Connecterra has secured €7.8 million in a Series B investment round, which is believed to be the largest for a business in the sector. Connecterra uses AI to help dairy farmers monitor their cows and check their health and it will use the money to continue expanding in Europe, as well as the US and New Zealand.
€20 million to help Roamler develop its range of services
On-demand workforce platform Roamler has secured €20 million from Endeit Capital, SmartFin and the Achmea Innovation Fund. Founded in 2011, Roamler provides companies with access to professionals and individuals ready to carry out various tasks, ranging from mystery shopping to assisting nursing home residents. The new funds will help Roamler further develop its range of services.
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