05.03.2015 00:00

Japan’s Recruit Buys European Restaurant Booking Service Quandoo For $219M

Restaurant reservation service Quandoo, a major European rival to OpenTable, is being acquired by Japan’s Recruit in a deal worth 27.11 billion yen, that’s around $219 million.

10.02.2015 00:00

Lamudi, Property Portal For Emerging Markets, Raises $18M

Lamudi has closed a $18 million (€16 million) round of funding to develop its marketshare and revenues worldwide.

22.01.2015 00:00

DaWanda Receives Majority Investment from Insight Venture Partners to Continue Global Expansion

DaWanda today announced that prior investor Insight Venture Partners has acquired a majority stake in the company, alongside new investors Global Founders Capital, Enfield, and Kersiwood.

16.01.2015 00:00

HV Holtzbrinck Ventures raises €285 million for internet entrepreneurs in its sixth fund

Venture capital investment firm HV Holtzbrinck Ventures is pleased to announce the first and final close of its latest fund, HV Holtzbrinck Ventures Fund VI, with €285 million of commitments. The Fund was substantially oversubscribed.

16.12.2014 00:00

kiveda übernimmt Küchen Quelle: Zwei starke Marken unter einem Dach

Zwei starke Marken, vier Vertriebskanäle, ein Dach: Mit sofortiger Wirkung werden kiveda und Küchen Quelle als eigenständige Marken unter der Kiveda Holding GmbH gebündelt.

01.12.2014 00:00

Lazada Raises $250M Led By Temasek

We don’t often see companies announce funding rounds on the weekend, but that’s not stopping Lazada, the Rocket Internet-backed e-commerce firm in Southeast Asia.

29.10.2014 00:00

Spotcap receives EUR 13 million in funding just a few weeks after launch

The group of investors includes Access Industries, the privately-held industrial group controlled by Len Blavatnik, and Holtzbrinck Ventures, one of Germany’s most successful VC firms.

22.08.2014 00:00

Holtzbrinck Ventures Becomes a Shareholder in Rocket Internet

Holtzbrinck Ventures (“HV”) and Rocket Internet AG (“Rocket”) are pleased to announce that HV, a long-term, early-stage investor in companies started by Rocket, is contributing its entire stakes in seven of Rocket’s most developed e-commerce businesses directly into Rocket, in exchange for equity in Rocket.

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