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.
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.
Scurri, a delivery management platform from Ireland, has secured 9 million euros in a new funding round. The software provider wants to use the money to accelerate its growth in the United Kingdom.
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.
A new startup called Factory14 has joined the already crowded market of companies that acquire and sale marketplace vendors. Factory14 has raised 200 million dollars (164 million euros) and has already made four acquisitions.
Printing and fulfillment service Printful has received an investment worth over 106 million euros from growth equity firm Bregal Sagemount. This funding makes Printful the first company from Latvia to achieve unicorn status, as it’s now valuated at over 1 billion dollars.
ParcelLab, which offers a post-purchase customer experience for online retailers, has raised 112 million dollars (92 million euros) in a Series C funding round led by Insight Partners. With the money, ParcelLab wants to expand globally and enhance the progression of its newly released returns portal.
Ankorstore, a wholesale marketplace from France, has raised 100 million dollars (82.4 million euros) in a Series B funding round. The online marketplace will use the money to further expand in Europe and grow its customer base.
Dutch wholesale platform Orderchamp has raised 16.5 million euros for further expansion in Europe. The Series A-round was led by venture capital firm Prime Ventures, while existing investors henQ and several business angels also participated.
ParcelSea, a last-mile tech startup from Estonia, has raised 935,000 euros to build a smart mailbox network in Estonia and foreign markets. The Tallinn-based company wants to expand production and continue building new features and services.
Alibaba is raising its stake in Trendyol to 86.5 percent. The major ecommerce platform from Turkey received an additional 330 million dollars (273 million euros) investment from Alibaba, which was already one of its existing partners.
Seven Senders, a German delivery platform for parcel shipping, has concluded a Series C financing round of 40 million dollars (33 million euros). The company wants to use the money to further support Chinese and US online retailers with their business activities in Europe.
Grover, a German subscription service for consumer electronics, has raised 60 million euros in an oversubscribed Series B Round. The company wants to use the money to accelerate international expansion.
Everli, an Italian marketplace for online grocery shopping, has raised 100 million dollars (85 million euros) in a Series C round. It will use this money to further expand across Europe.