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Scalapay Raises $155M Series A at a $700M valuation led by Tiger Global to Provide BNPL Globally

– Scalapay, a leading payment solution in Southern Europe that enables customers to buy now and pay later (BNPL) without interest, today announced that it has raised $155M in equity funding as part of their Series A investment round.
– The round was led by Tiger Global, with participation from Baleen Capital and Woodson Capital.
– The new investors join existing investors Fasanara Capital and Ithaca Investments.
– The new funding will go towards Scalapay’s growing team and operations.

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Sequoia Heritage, Stripe and others invest $200M in African fintech Wave at $1.7B valuation

– Wave, a U.S. and Senegal-based mobile money provider, raised $200m in Series A funding.
– The investment is the largest-ever Series A round for the region, and it values Wave at $1.7bn.
– The round was led by Sequoia Heritage, an endowment-style fund and a separate entity that operates independently under the Sequoia brand; Founders Fund; payments giant Stripe; and Ribbit Capital.
– Other investors include Partech Africa and Sam Altman, the former CEO of Y Combinator and current CEO of OpenAI.

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Warpin Raises €600K in Seed Funding

– Warpin is a Stockholm, Sweden-based startup that provides innovative brands with a one-stop-shop for immersive technology.
– The company raised €600K in seed funding.
– The round was led by Katarina von Horn (Goalcon, MinStoraDag) and Alexis Barnekow (CEO of Chatflights International).
– The new investment will be used to expand its team and further develop its Xelevate platform.

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elopage Raises USD38M in Series A Funding

– elopage is a Berlin, Germany-based SaaS platform and payment provider for digital entrepreneurs, creators, SMEs and enterprise businesses.
– The company closed a USD 38m (EUR 32m) initial funding round.
– The round was led by Target Global, Partech Ventures and Avid Ventures.
– The new investment will be used to grow its team from 70 to 190 by the end of the year, expand across Europe, and invest further in its proprietary end-to-end platform.

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Automotive startup Upstream raises $62M Series C to scale cloud-based security

– Upstream, an automotive cybersecurity company, raised $62m in Series C funding.
– The company plans to use the fresh funds to bolster its automotive cloud-based security to ensure remote hacks like the one on a Jeep Cherokee don’t happen.
– It also intends to use the funds to expand its offerings in data analytics, insurance telematics, predictive analytics and business intelligence.

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African fintech OPay valued at $2B in SoftBank Vision Fund 2-led $400M funding

– Chinese-backed and Africa-focused fintech company OPay raised $400m funding.
– The round was led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2 and joined by existing investors Sequoia Capital China, Redpoint China, Source Code Capital and SoftBank Ventures Asia.
– Other investors, including DragonBall Capital and 3W Capital, also took part in the new financing round.

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Alerzo raises $10.5M Series A to bring Nigeria’s informal retail sector online

– Alerzo, a B2B e-commerce retail startup, raised $10.5m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Nosara Capital and joined by FJ Labs and several family offices from the U.S., Europe and Asia.
– The company has raised more than $20m since its launch.

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Branch Secures Over $540 Million to Accelerate Flexible Workforce Payments

– Branch, which helps businesses accelerate payments to empower working Americans, announced it has raised over $540m to fuel its momentum in delivering flexible workforce payments.
Addition led the closing of a $48m Series B funding round with participation from Drive Capital, Crosscut Ventures, Bonfire Ventures, Matchstick Ventures, and HR Tech Investments, a subsidiary of Recruit Holdings Co., Ltd., among other investors.
– The company has also secured $500m in purchased assets from funds managed by Neuberger Berman.
– With over 300% growth year over year, Branch will use the funding to deliver faster payments and inclusive financial services to W-2 and 1099 workforces through partnerships with employers, gig platforms, staffing companies, and other businesses.

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Refill Raises $1M in Angel Funding

– Refill, a Columbus, OH-based provider of a provides mobile ordering and contactless payments for venues, raised $1m in angel funding.
– An unnamed angel investor made the investment.
– The company intends to use the funds to expand its business reach.

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Kenya’s Wapi Pay raises $2.2M pre-seed for cross-border payments between Africa and Asia

– Wapi Pay, a Kenyan startup with offices in China and Singapore, raised $2.2m in pre-seed funding.
– The round was led by China-based fund MSA Capital; Pan-African and Africa-focused firms EchoVC, Kepple Africa and Future Hub; and Pan-Asian firms Transsion Holdings and Gobi Ventures.
– The company will use the investments to engage regulators for licensing across Africa and for scale, product and geographical expansion.

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Rapyd Raises $300 Million Series E to Further Enhance its Fintech as a Service Offering Amidst Unprecedented Global Adoption of Embedded Finance

– Rapyd received a $300m Series E funding round led by Target Global.
– The round was joined by several new investors including funds managed by Fidelity Management and Research Company, Altimeter Capital, Whale Rock Capital, BlackRock Funds, and Dragoneer, along with participation from existing investors: General Catalyst, Latitude, Durable Capital Partners, Tal Capital, Avid Ventures, and Spark Capital.
– Rapyd plans to use the funding to make several more strategic acquisitions to both support expansion in key markets and grow payment products and experiences. This will increase the scale of Rapyd’s platform not just across geographies, but also across verticals and solutions.

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Prepaid2Cash Raises $5.1M in Series A Funding

– Prepaid2Cash Holdings, Inc. is a Birmingham, Alabama-based established leader in the gift and prepaid card redemption space.
– The company closed a $5.1m Series A financing round.
– The round was led by Benson Capital Partners and attracted new investor – Relevance Ventures as well as existing investor – Alabama Futures Fund.
– The new investment will be used to continue accelerating customer acquisition and the development of its financial technology and feature set and hire engineering, product, and operational talent out of its Birmingham, Alabama headquarters.

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South African payments startup Yoco raises $83M Series C backed by Dragoneer

– Yoco, a South African fintech, raised $83m in Series C funding.
– The round was joined by investors Dragoneer Investment Group, Breyer Capital, HOF Capital, The Raba Partnership, 4DX Ventures and TO Ventures; and existing investors Partech, Velocity Capital Fintech Ventures, Orange Ventures and Quona Capital. Current and former executives from global tech companies such as Coinbase, Revolut, Spotify and Gojek took part as well.
– The company plans to scale offline and online offerings and expand to new markets.

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Dwolla Raises $21M in Funding

– Dwolla is a Des Moines, Iowa-based modern payments platform provider.
– Company raised $21m in funding.
– The round was led by Foundry Group with participation from Park West Asset Management LLC, Union Square Ventures, Detroit Venture Partners, Firebrand Ventures and Next Level Ventures, and Jeremy Andrus, CEO of Traeger.
– The new investment will be used to conduct growth initiatives with international payments, expansive partner relationships through a partner API and further accelerate its product roadmap focused on a real-time payments experience.

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Singapore-based Tinvio raises $12M Series A to build financial services for supply chain merchants

– Singapore-based startup Tinvio raised $12m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by AppWorks Ventures, with participation from strategic investor MUFG Innovation Partners, a venture capital firm for collaborations between startups and Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group.
– All of Tinvio’s existing investors — Sequoia Capital India’s Surge, Global Founders Capital and Partech Ventures — also returned for its Series A, which brings Tinvio’s total raised to $18.5 million.
– Tinvio’s last funding announcement was a $5.5 million seed round in April 2020.

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Revolut Raises $800M in Series E; Valued at $33 Billion

– Revolut provides a global financial app for people and businesses.
– The company raised $800m in Series E funding round, which valued the business at $33b.
– Backers included new investors SoftBank Vision Fund 2 and Tiger Global Management.
– The company intends to use the funds for ongoing product innovation aimed at meeting customers’ everyday financial needs, such as global transfers, management of savings and insurance, and trading, expansion of its offering to US customers, and entry to India and other international markets.

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KodyPay Raises US$3.25M in Funidng

– KodyPay is a London UK-based payment acceptance startup.
– The company raised US$3.25m in funding.
– New and existing investors included: KodyPay’s Chairman, Hank Uberoi (Former Executive Chairman/CEO, Earthport PLC), Paul Rippon (Co-Founder, Monzo Bank), Adam Knight (Chairman, CoinFloor and BeZero Carbon), Alok Sama (Former President & CFO, SoftBank Group International), IBM partner Cognition Foundry, and other seasoned industry executives.
– The company intends to use the funds to bring its services to venues across the UK and release new product features.

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Pleo Raises $150M in Series C Funding

– Pleo is a Danish born provider of expense management tool and smart company cards.
– Company raised $150M in Series C funding.
– The round was co-led by Bain Capital Ventures and Thrive Capital with contributions from Creandum, Kinnevik, Founders, Stripes and Seedcamp.
– The company intends to use the funds to expand its solution across Europe, growing its customer base, invest in its team, which currently stands at 330 people, while iterating its product offering.

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Deserve Lands $50M Series D

– Deserve, a fintech company transforming credit cards into a software that lives on mobile, announced today it has raised a $50 million Series D funding.
– The round led by Mission Holdings, Mastercard and Ally Ventures with participation from Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Sallie Mae and other existing investors.
– Deserve is powering the future of fintech through digital-first, mobile-centric, highly configurable API and SDK based credit card solutions.

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MAJORITY raises $19 million for its mobile banking service for migrants

– MAJORITY, a mobile banking service, raised $19m in its seed funding.
– The round was led by Valar Ventures while Avid Ventures, Heartcore Capital and several prominent Nordic fintech unicorn founders participated in it.
– The two-year-old startup operates an eponymous mobile banking service.
– MAJORITY, whose name is a play on bringing financial inclusion to more people, runs a subscription service where it charges $5 a month to individuals and provides them with a range of financial services, including an FDIC-insured bank account with early direct deposit at no overdraft fee, a debit card, mobile credit and at-cost international phone calls.

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Chipper Cash Raises $100M in Series C Funding

– Chipper Cash is a San Francisco, CA-based cross-border payments services company.
– The company raised $100m in Series C funding.
– The round was led by SVB Capital and attracted new investor – Deciens Capital as well as existing backers – Ribbit Capital, Bezos Expeditions, One Way Ventures, 500 Startups, Tribe Capital and Brue2 Ventures.
– The new investment will be used to expand operations and business reach.

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Fold Raises $13 Million To Bring Bitcoin Rewards to Mass Market

– Fold, the top bitcoin rewards app, announces a $13m series A round to fuel its growth.
– Since its launch in 2019, Fold accrued a waitlist of over 250,000 waiting for access to their bitcoin cashback debit card.
– The round was led by Craft Ventures with participation from M13, Slow Ventures and Bessemer Venture Partners.
– In addition, Fold is excited to open access to its bitcoin cashback debit card to all U.S. residents.
– Instead of offering points or airline miles typically found in most card programs, Fold provides bitcoin rewards through a gamified experience that emphasizes healthy financial habits.
– Fold Cardholders can earn variable rewards by spinning a rewards wheel after each qualifying purchase, like earning 100% of their purchase back in bitcoin, or even winning a whole bitcoin, which ten users have done to date.

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RevenueCat raises $40M Series B for its in-app subscription platform

– RevenueCat, a startup offering a series of tools for developers of subscription-based apps, has raised $40m in Series B funding.
– The funding round was led by Y Combinator Continuity Fund and included participation from Index Ventures, SaaStr, Oakhouse, Adjacent and FundersClub, as well as Blinklist CTO Tobias Balling and Algolia CEO Nicolas Dessaigne.
– With the round, YC Continuity Partner Anu Hariharan is joining RevenueCat’s board, which today includes Index’s Mark Fiorentino in addition to the founders.
– The company offers a real-time dashboard that display key metrics, like subscription revenue, churn, LTV (lifetime value), subscriber numbers, conversions and more.

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Modern Loan Infrastructure Company Spinwheel Raises $11 Million

– Spinwheel is a platform that lets companies embed consumer debt solutions in their applications.
– The company raised $11m in Series A funding.
QED Investors led the round and was joined by Core Innovation Capital, Fika Ventures, and Firebolt Ventures.
– Spinwheel is known as a modern loan infrastructure startup that helps Americans get out of debt sooner by making it possible to embed the application, payment and management of loans into the apps people use the most.

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Paysend Raises $125M in Series B Funding

– Paysend, a London, UK-based payments fintech company, raised $125m in Series B funding.
– The round was led by One Peak and attracted new investor – Infravia Growth Capital as well as existing investors Hermes GPE Innovation Fund and Silicon Valley based Plug and Play.
– The new investment will be aimed at accelerating the company’s global growth.

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Passport Raises $90M in Funding

– Passport is a Charlotte NC-based transportation software and payments company.
– The company raised $90m in funding.
– The round was led by Sixth Street Growth.
– The new investment will be used to expand operations and to further improve the digital platform infrastructure.

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Insight Partners leads $60M growth round in cross-border payments startup Thunes

– Singapore-based fintech Thunes raised $60m funding.
– The round was led by Insight Partners and joined by existing investors Helios Investment Partners, GGV Capital, and Checkout.com.
– The company plans to use the funding to expand its operations in new markets.

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Greece’s Viva Wallet raises $80M for its neobank targeting small business merchants

– Greek startup Viva Wallet raised $80m funding.
– The round was led by Tencent, EBRD, Breyer Capital, and Hedosophia.
– The company is live in 23 European markets and plans soon to expand to Croatia, Hungary and Sweden.

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Splitwise Raises $20MM in Series A Funding led by Insight Partners

– Splitwise, a leading interpersonal finance app for sharing expenses with friends and family, announced today they have raised $20MM in Series A funding led by global venture capital and private equity firm, Insight Partners.
– Splitwise will use the funding to grow its team, accelerate global customer growth, and create new partnerships with fintech and financial services platforms.
– Splitwise was originally designed for roommates and couples to share bills and household expenses. The app, which allows users to track balances and organize payments, is also popular for group travelers, allowing them to effectively split costs accrued over a trip.
– As of April 2021, over $90B dollars in total transactions had been split on the Splitwise platform.

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Laiye Raises $50M in Series C+ Funding

– Laiye Raises $50M in Series C+ Funding.
– The round was co-led by the Ping An Global Voyager Fund and Shanghai Artificial Intelligence Industry Equity Investment Fund with participation from Lightspeed China Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital China and Wu Capital.
– The company intends to expand globally and develop products, enhance its RPA offering with native AI capability, compatibility with more operating systems like Linux and Android, deploy on all major cloud platforms, and recruit top talent.

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Nelo raises $3M to grow ‘buy now, pay later’ in Mexico

– Nelo, a startup founded by former Uber international growth team leads in Mexico.
– The company is already live with more than 45 merchants and over 150,000 users.
– San Francisco-based fintech-focused VC firm Homebrew led its recent seed round of $3 million, which also included participation from Susa Ventures, Crossbeam, Rogue Capital, Unpopular Ventures and others.
– With the latest capital infusion, Nelo has raised a total of $5.6 million since its 2019 inception.

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Medxoom Raises $8MM in Series A Financing to Scale its Healthcare Marketplace Solutions

– Medxoom, an Atlanta-based Healthcare Marketplace platform, has raised an additional $8m in venture capital from strategic industry investors.
– The funding round was led by Castellan Group, with participation by existing investors Las Olas VC and TTV Capital, as well as additional participation from healthcare tech and venture communities.
– Funds will be used to expedite business growth, increase staff and expand platform capabilities.
– Medxoom offers its white label platform to plan administrators, payers and healthcare systems to improve member engagement, care selection and payments experiences.
– This latest infusion of capital will drive its payments, financial services and marketplace capabilities to scale.

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Spiral Raises $14M in Funding

– Spiral is a NYC-based banking solution for the charitable sector.
– The company raised $14m in funding.
– The round was led by Team8 with participation from Communitas Capital, Phoenix, Nidoco AB, MTVO, as well as financial executives.
– The new investment will be used to launch its app.

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Now Money Secures $7M in Funding

– NOW Money from Dubai is a fintech company that provides a digital banking solution for low-income migrant workers.
– The company raised $7m in funding led by Anthemis Exponential Ventures.
– The round was also joined by a consortium of investors including Knuru Capital, Wamda, Commercial Bank of Dubai, DIFC FinTech Fund, Accion Venture Lab, Greenhouse Capital and Hambro Perks Oryx Fund.
– The new investment will be used to expand into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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Ryu Games raises $2.3M, betting that cash tournaments for mobile games are the future

– Ryu Games, a startup that helps developers add cash tournaments to their mobile games, announced this morning it has raised $2.3 million in a seed round.
– The funds came from a number of investors, including Side Door Ventures, MGV Capital, Velo Partners and Citta Ventures.
– In addition, 500 Startups participated in the round.
– TechCrunch first caught wind of Ryu during its participation in the most recent 500 Startups demo day.
– At the time, we were enthused by the idea of gamers wagering money to go head-to-head with other players on mobile devices.
– Investors appear to back our first impression of the company.

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DepositLink Raises $3.5 Million Seed Round to Manage Growth and Expand its Payments Platform for Residential Real Estate

– DepositLink announced a successful Series Seed financing round of $3.5m.
– The capital raise will bolster the company’s sales team, enhance technology, and boost infrastructure to accelerate marketplace adoption and the company’s development roadmap.
– DepositLink is a mobile responsive payments platform that is revolutionizing the way money moves in the residential real estate business.

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Stripe Raises $600M; Valued at $95 Billion

– Stripe is a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a payments infrastructure for the internet.
– The company raised $600m in Series E funding.
– The round was led by Allianz X, Axa, Baillie Gifford, Fidelity Management & Research Company, Sequoia Capital and Ireland’s National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA).
– The new investment will be used to invest in its European operations, its Dublin headquarters in particular, and expand its Global Payments and Treasury Network.

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SumUp raises $895M in debt to double down on its B2C payments business

– SumUp, a London-based startup that helps businesses power revenues through card payments, raised $895m in debt funding.
– The funding is coming from Goldman Sachs, Temasek, Bain Capital Credit, Crestline and funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management.
– The company is already active in 33 countries (most recently Chile, Colombia and Romania) and has some 3 million businesses as customers.
– The company got its start back in 2012 as one of a wave of so-called Square “clones” — companies being founded in, but mostly outside of, the U.S. and basing their service around small card payment dongles that attached to phones or tablets.

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Digital Payments Platform AeroPay Raises $5+ Million Venture Round Led by Chicago Ventures Amid Rapid Growth

– AeroPay, a digital payments platform, announced today the closing of a $5+ million Venture Round.
– The round was led by Chicago Ventures, a firm that leads investments in early-stage startups.
– The Chicago Ventures portfolio includes online financial services company M1 Finance, celebrity video-sharing website Cameo, digital parking marketplace SpotHero, and peer-to-peer review site G2.
– Other investors in the round include FinTech experts Continental Investors, who led AeroPay’s seed round, former Google executives, cannabis industry veterans, and seasoned enterprise retail professionals.
– The funding will support recruiting new talent, continued growth in the cannabis industry, and building out additional features of the product.

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Australia-based Employment Hero raises $45M AUD for its global expansion

– Employment Hero, a human resources platform, raised $45m in Series D funding.
– The round was led by SEEK, with participation from OneVentures and AirTreeVentures, and new investor Salesforce Ventures.
– The company plans to use the funding to expand into new markets including Southeast Asia.

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RecargaPay closes a $70 million Series C

– RecargaPay, a Brazil-based fintech that allows users to top off their prepaid cell phones online, announced this morning that they’ve closed their $70 million Series C.
– The company, which operates solely in Brazil, was launched in 2010 by Miami-based serial entrepreneur Rodrigo Teijeiro, who is co-founder and CEO.
– Unlike in the U.S. where most people have a cell phone plan through a major carrier, in Brazil — a country where the minimum wage is currently $1,100 reals per month (roughly $202 USD) — many people must buy calling cards at local shops to add credit to their phones, which allows them to avoid a monthly recurring bill.

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Bottlepay Raises $15M in Seed Funding

– Bottlepay, a UK-based global payments app, raised £11m ($15m) in seed funding.
– The company intends to use the funds to expand the team, develop the platform’s functionality and geographical reach.
– Backers included British fund manager Alan Howard, venture capital firm FinTech Collective and tech entrepreneur Phil Doye.

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Promise Receives $20M Series A Round

– Promise, a payment technology platform, has announced over $20 Million in new Series A funding.
– The funding will bring antiquated government payment systems into the 21st century.
– The company was founded to transform the inconvenient and time-consuming process of paying down government debt into something that any resident can use.

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HousingAnywhere Raises €24M in Series C Funding; Acquires Kamernet

– HousingAnywhere from Rotterdam develops a rental accommodation marketplace for young professionals and international students.
– The company raised €24m in Series C funding.
– Backers included Ergeny Investments, and current investors VNV Global and Real Web, which led the round.
– Early-stage investor henQ Capital sold their stake.
– The new investment will be used to bring its marketplace and service offering to 17 more Focus Cities in Europe, to a total of 32, and to complete the acquisition of Kamernet, a Dutch classifieds website in the room, studio, and one-bedroom apartment categories.

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