FerryHopper Raises €2.6M Series A Led by LAUNCHub VenturesJune 29, 2020 11:13 / Media Coverage
FerryHopper, a three-year-old Greek startup on a mission to simplify the booking of ferry tickets has attracted €2.6M in Series A funding.
FerryHopper, a Greek startup on a mission to simplify the booking of ferry tickets has attracted €2.6M in Series A round led by LAUNCHub Ventures.https://www.trendingtopics.eu
Българският фонд е водещ инвеститор в рунд от общо 2.6 млн. евроhttps://www.capital.bg
A Greek startup called Ferryhopper has raised a €2.6 million seed funding round to try and become the #1 European ferry ticket booking engine in 2-3 years. Leading the round is Bulgarian VC firm LAUNCHub Ventures, joined by Metavallon VC and easyGroup, who had already backed the company in a €600,000 seed round last year. …https://tech.eu
Deep Tech Seed Fundraising Advice from LAUNCHub, Fly.VC & SpeedInvestMay 14, 2020 18:40 / Media Coverage
Silicon Roundabout hosted a virtual Meetup where we discussed the current fundraising environment for deep tech startups with Fly.VC, SpeedInvest and other European VCs
Last Tuesday, at Silicon Roundabout, we hosted our 1st Virtual Meetup — with our venture team, Fly. Venture and other European VCs…https://medium.com
What's Next for LAUNCHub VenturesDecember 19, 2019 10:41 / Media Coverage
After five exits, LAUNCHub is now raising a next fund aimed at filling another regional VC gap. What is it all about and do LAUNCHub’s partners know something about the ecosystem that others don’t?
After at least a year of total silence from one of the […]https://www.trendingtopics.at
GTMHub Closes $9M Round with CRV and LAUNCHub VenturesDecember 11, 2019 10:00 / Media Coverage
Gtmhub raises $9M from CRV after posting 400% ARR growth in the last year.
This week Gtmhub announced a $9 million Series A led by CRV. The investment was not a large round, even for an A. But the capital found its way into one of the fastest-growing SaaS companies that we’ve spoken with recently, which made it interesting all the same. And, the firm was willing to …https://techcrunch.com