The Dutch start-up Aiir Innovations has secured an investment of €500,000 from Mainport Innovation Fund II. Aiir Innovations is developing a smart software that uses artificial intelligence for the inspection of aircraft engines.
The Dutch FinTech startup Dyme has raised €600,000 of seed funding led by venture capital firm Peak Capital. Dyme’s app utilises advanced machine learning algorithms to provide an overview of users’ recurring expenses and to enable them to easily switch or cancel subscriptions. Last year, Dyme secured an investment from the student-run investment fund ASIF.
The Dutch tech startup Harver, which provides a job candidate assessment platform, has secured $15 million – roughly €13.5 million – in Series B funding led by Insight Partners. So-called pre-employment assessment uses various tools and tests to determine a candidate’s suitability for a job and/or company, with the aim of making the recruitment process faster and easier. According to Harver, the company intends to use the funding for further development of their service.
The Amsterdam-based sleep tech startup Shleep has received an investment of €1.4 million from VCs including Health Innovations and Global Founders Capital. The company plans to use the investment to further develop its digital sleep coaching platform.
The Dutch file-sharing platform WeTransfer has received a €35 million Series B investment. Founded in 2009, the Amsterdam-based company has 50 million users in 195 countries.