For ecommerce startups it’s hard to exist without some serious money. Luckily there are investors who are always looking to put their money into interesting and promising companies, hoping to get more money out of them than they put in. On this page you’ll find articles we wrote about funding.
Noyes, a German provider of very small warehouses, has raised 3.8 million dollars (3.23 million euros) in seed funding. The investment comes at a time where there are many instant-delivery providers looking for storefronts that can be converted into small warehouses.
Jokr, an instant-delivery retail platform from German entrepreneur Ralf Wenzel, has raised 170 million dollars (144 million euros) from investors. The funding round comes barely four months after the startup launched in Europe and the Americas.
Eurora, which offers compliance solutions for cross-border ecommerce companies, has raised 3 million dollars (2.54 million euros). With the money, the Estonian company wants to bring its tool to a million Chinese merchants.
PrintOnPack.com, a sustainable packaging startup from Latvia, has raised 450,000 euros from SuperHero Capital. The company will use the money to further grow its team, develop the platform and to increase order volumes and revenue.
Byrd, which offers ecommerce fulfillment, has raised 16 million euros in a Series B funding round. The Austrian company will use the money to further expand in Europe. It's currently active in five European markets, but is set to expand to five more.
Juni, a fintech company from Sweden that is aimed at ecommerce and marketing entrepreneurs, has raised 21.5 million dollars (18.2 million euros) in a Series A round of funding. The money will be used to focus on Juni's product development and to hire more people.
ManoMano, an online do-it-yourself marketplace from France, has raised 300 million euros in a Series F funding round. The DIY platform wants to use this money to continue its expansion in Europe, particularly in Germany and the United Kingdom.
Online fashion marketplace Secret Sales has secured 10 million euros in a Series A funding round. The UK company wants to use the money to improve data mining capabilities and to launch in other countries this year.
French postal service company La Poste has launched a new investment fund for startups that have a positive impact. With La Poste Ventures, the French company wants to anticipate changes in important sectors for the Group and explore new business models.
Dutch payments startup Mollie has raised 665 million euros in a Series C funding round. The payment service provider has raised a total of over 780 million euros to date. With the money, Mollie wants to expand further and scale its team.
Booste, a Polish financing platform for ecommerce merchants, has raised 12 million euros in a Series A funding round. The fintech company will use the money to expand its services to the United Kingdom, Ireland, and the Netherlands.
Hokodo, a B2B buy-now-pay-later provider, has raised 12.5 million dollars (10.28 million euros) in a Series A round. The London-based fintech startup will use this money to extend its services across Europe.
Sennder, a digital road freight forwarder from Germany, has raised 80 million dollars (65 million euros). This follows the first close of its Series D funding round in January and brings the total size of this round to almost 200 million euros.
Wayflyer, an Irish company that offers financing to ecommerce companies, has raised 62 million euros. The funding comes just 14 months after the startup launched its first product. Wayflyer wants to enter multiple new markets in the coming months.