Uniplaces closes a €21M round
Uniplaces is the leading accommodation booking portal for students, which started its activity in Spain in July last year and is currently present in 9 countries.
Among the investors who have participated in the round, the following stand out, as well as Octopus Ventures, Schilling Capital Partners and Caixa Capital, who have already placed their trust in Uniplaces in the past include Sebastian Siemiatkowski of Klarna, Ilkka Paananen of Supercell, the founders of Trivago, Richard Chen, Siraj Khaliq of The Climate Corporation, Henrique Castro, former COO of Yahoo and Jason Goodman, founder and CEO of Albiol.
This new economic boost will allow Uniplaces to continue with its development plan, in which Spain occupies a privileged position, as for the company, our country is the most important market and the one with the greatest growth potential. In addition, this capital injection will also serve to give continuity to the projects that the company is developing. to improve the quality of life of students such as the Uniplaces scholarship, the internship programme in which it hosts international students, or the HousErasmus+ launched together with the European Commission
Incubout receives a round led by Active Venture Partners
Incubout helps SMEs to easily launch, operate and scale their online shop. In addition, it also offers the possibility to publish products on 50 different online marketplaces such as Tmall.comAmazon, eBay and manages its day-to-day operations including supplier management, product posting, purchase orders and payments.
The round has as a priority to strengthen Incubout's activity in the Middle East and Asia Pacific, establishing distribution contracts with large companies to offer Incubout's services under white label. The company already has reference partners in Spain, the Middle East, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Australia.
"The case of Incubout responds, as we announced in a post last week, to the fact that digital marketing technologies is a market that is beginning a process of consolidation in which growth is necessary to be able to compete in the market," says Diego Gutierrez.
Tviso receives €150,000
is an application that helps users to improve their experience with film and television, building a service that makes it easier for users to decide what to watch and where to watch it. The application consists of an aggregator of on-demand television platforms, streaming platform content, Video on Demand platforms and the programming of more than 400 linear television channels and generates notifications for upcoming premieres, film news and sporting events. All this allows them to have one of the largest interactive audiovisual guides on the market.
The company has just completed an investment round of 150,000 from private investors, with the aim of boosting its growth.
Galgo Medical closes €1M round led by Inveready
The spin out specialising in the development of software for the medical industry Greyhound Medical which was created in 2013, has closed a €1M round that was led by Invereadythrough its Inveready Innvierte Biotech II fund. Galgo has developed three lines of software to improve medical decision making and treatment.
The round will be used for the validation of its products in leading international hospitals and their subsequent commercialisation on a global scale as well as the possibility of opening a new company headquarters in Singapore.
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