Corporate News Roundup – November 2021

Posted Tuesday 30th November 2021

Packhelp raises Series B as it eyes expansion

Packhelp, a Warsaw-based custom packaging provider has raised $45m following a very successful period. With more businesses than ever turning to e-commerce, the Series B raise will help fund rapid growth across a variety of regions.

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Getir agrees to buy UK rival Weezy

Getir, the company that delivers groceries in minutes, is set to acquire its rival Weezy. Getir is already in 50 cities but there are multiple companies battling for the UK market share. In an effort to establish its presence, Getir has reached an agreement to buy Weezy.

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Patient Capital: Why is it useful for start-ups?

Start-ups are raising funds in all manner of ways and one of those is with ‘patient capital’. What is it and how does it differ from traditional funding from VCs or PE? Beahurst explains all.

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Tier buys Nextbike to diversify with bikes

The e-scooter start-up has bought bike-sharing platform Nextbike. The addition will increase Tier’s market share in the micro mobility sector and diversify their offering. Recently Tier raised $200m Series D to scale the business.

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List: London’s climate tech start-ups pushing the boundaries

Climate tech businesses have raised a lot of money recently and London is home to some of the biggest. So who are they?

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Joelson advises Believe in Science on its Angel & Seed Capital Raise

Joelson has advised Believe in Science, company behind the launch of a new healthier style doughnut brand, Urban Legend, on its initial funding rounds. The funding was raised from a range of venture capitalist funds, health charities and angel investors.

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