Yippie, a browser plugin that aggregates products prices and notifies consumers if they can order something cheaper somewhere else, has raised 600.000 euros in a new investing round. With the money, Yippie wants to build a mobile app that is said to be released this autumn.
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.
German online fashion and lifestyle retailer Lesara has raised 15 million euros in a Series B round. The leading investor is Northzone. Vorwerk Ventures is on board as co-investor, while existing investor Mangrove Capital also participated in this round. With the fresh funding, Lesara wants to further grow internationally and to expand its business in existing markets.
Second-hand online seller Vestiaire Collective has picked up 33 million euros in a Series D round led by Eurazeo. The investment firm, which is one of Europe’s largest, has contributed 20 million euros. Other investors are Conde Nast, Balderton Capital, Ventech and IdInvest. With the money the pre-owned clothes marketplace wants to ramp up global expansion.
Lengow, a company that sells ecommerce feed management software, has secured 10 million euros in Series B funding. The money, from European investors Serena Capital, BPI and Alven Capital, will be used to further expand its international growth.
B2C Europe, a Dutch company that helps ecommerce businesses to operate over its countries borders, received 7,3 million euro from NIBC. With the money the company aims to continue its growth in target countries such as Italy, Germany, Switzerland and China.
Made.com, a large furniture seller that is already active in the UK, France, Italy, Germany, Belgium and The Netherlands got funding to accelerate its European growth. At first to ‘agressively grow in those markets’ in which it sees plenty of room to continue it’s growth.
Loop54, a self-learning product search engine for ecommerce, has secured 5 million kronor (536.668 euros) worth of funding. Swedish investment company Axel Johnson funded the company, together with Swedish government agency ALMI Invest and angel investor Erik Byrenius. Loop54 is now looking to expand its service abroad.