Posted Thursday 29th October 2020
Neurotechnology isn’t a new concept and it has slowly become a reality as a number of companies begin to raise investment. Who are the European start-ups looking to connect humans to machines?
The craft beer retailer has launched a crowdfund with a stretch target of £50m. In the first 48 hours they were able to raise £1m and have already hit their initial target.
Raylo is offering customers an alternative way of owning a smartphone, one that is more sustainable and – equally as important – cheaper than the disposable culture we have today. The UK based firm will use the investment for continued expansion as they expect rapid growth over the next few months.
Just three months after launching, the former SoundCloud founders, have raised €15m in a Series A investment round for the E-bike start-up. The service will aim to reduce the cost of owning an E-bike as prices are currently prohibitively expensive for many would-be consumers.
E-transport is a booming industry at the moment and this latest investment from BlackRock into electric van manufacturer, Arrival proves it. The London-based company will use the investment to ramp up production of its fleet of electric vehicles.
BNP Paribas Real Estate and venture capitalists, Fifth Wall have joined forces to launch a European Proptech Fund. The fund will aim to accelerate start-ups that are enhancing the London and European property industry. This brings good news to an industry deeply affected by the current pandemic.
Leveraging IP and confidential information can help start-ups stand out from competitors, which is vital as the pandemic continues to have an impact on the success of businesses. This month, Joelson hosted a webinar to help start-ups that need to protect their inventions.
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