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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.

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Bol.com prepares IPO

Bol.com prepares IPO

Bol.com is expected to launch an initial public offering (IPO) in the second half of 2022. Its holding, Ahold Delhaize, wants to use the public offering to raise extra finances and fulfill the platform's growth potential. The holding also announces other plans for the coming years.

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Coolblue postpones IPO

Coolblue postpones IPO

Dutch omnichannel retail player Coolblue has decided to postpone its initial public offering and listing of shares on Euronext Amsterdam. According to the company, current market conditions create uncertainty among investors. The public offering will be postponed until further notice.

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Mirakl raises 468 million euros in funding

Mirakl raises 468 million euros in funding

The enterprise marketplace software as a service platform provider Mirakl, announced that it has raised 468 million euros in a Series E funding round. This increases the company's value to more than 2,92 billion euros. The financing will be used to rapidly expand Mirakl further.

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Marketplace startup Boulevard closes 2.5 million

Marketplace startup Boulevard closes 2.5 million

British marketplace seller and tech startup Boulevard has raised 2.5 million euros in seed capital. The company, only having started their supply chain services last year, will use the funds to diversify and further develop their in-house software. The investment comes at a time when marketplaces continue to thrive in a post-pandemic landscape.

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Briqpay raises 2 million euros

Briqpay raises 2 million euros

Briqpay, a Swedish company that offers solutions for B2B payments, has just closed a seed round of 2 million euros. The funding round was led by Swedish private equity firm eEquity. With the help of this money, Briqpay wants to become the leading B2B payment supplier.

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