HealthTech startup Clear, which offers a chipped arm patch to measure blood glucose levels in real time, has secured €780,000 in a seed round led by Antler, an early stage VC and startup generator, and Healthy.Capital, a Dutch investment firm. Other investors participated in the round as well, including Easytobook founder Omri Amir and Peter Driessen, the founder of spill games. The company will use the money to pursue technical advancements and international expansion.


A platform that uses data-driven decisions to improve rural and urban real estate development, ModelMe3d raised an undisclosed amount in funding through VenturesOne, which will also act as an advisor to the startup. The funds and partnership will be used to scale ModelMe3d and help it launch new projects in the Netherlands, the UK, the UAE and other international locations. 


Software company Nulab, which was founded in Japan and has its European HQ in Amsterdam, raised €4.5 million in funding from the venture capital firms NOW, XTech Ventures and Shinsei Corporate Investment Limited. The company’s software helps improve team collaboration and it will use the new funds to further its growth while becoming more competitive. Additionally, the funds will help Nulab expand its Amsterdam team and hire several new developers.


A recent series A financing round raised approximately €8.7 million for Oaky, an automated upselling platform that helps hotels boost revenue by enhancing offerings for guests. The funding round was led by growth-stage investment firm PeakSpan Capital and the money will allow Oaky to invest in product development, expansion and growing its team. 


TerraPay, a startup that makes it simpler and less expensive to send and receive money to and from developing countries, has been acquired by a group of investors – including Prime Ventures and Partech Africa – for an undisclosed amount. The same investors, along with the International Finance Corporation, have also invested €8.3 million into the company to help it expand.


SaaS platform Yoho, which helps companies connect, engage and instruct frontline employees to improve task management and information-sharing, raised €250,000 in pre-seed funding. The round was led by HenQ, an Amsterdam based VC that focuses on B2B software startups in Europe. Yoho will use the money to develop its platform, which allows manufacturing companies to quickly create digital mobile workflows that can replace paper and the need to use walkie talkies.

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