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medbelle

Mutschler Ventures, Cavalry Ventures and various business angels invest an undisclosed amount, but certainly a seven-figure sum, in the British startup medbelle. The company, which was founded in 2016 and is also based in Berlin, is positioning itself as a “digital hospital – an end-to-end platform for medical procedures”. medbelle was founded by Leander de Laporte and Daniel Kolb.

hypedby

The Liechtenstein investment company Jupiter Connect and IMS Capital Partners, ie Aleksandar Vucak, are investing 900,000 euros in the Munich-based company hypedby. The young startup, run by Holger Schnabel and Roland Wassermann, positions itself as a “partner for digital storytelling”. The Jupiter Connect portfolio also includes Shape World and Beast.bi. #EXCLUSIVE (discovered via startup detector)

appraised

Munich-based venture capital firm Surplus Invest is investing £ 500,000 with other investors in London-based startup Appraised, a cloud-based tool provider that can run real estate development expertise and feasibility reports from anywhere on any device. The PropTech company was founded in 2017 by Daniel Norman.

Enerthing

Together with the Swiss Smart Energy Innovation Fund and other former shareholders, NRW.Bank is investing in the Cologne startup Enerthing, developer of a photovoltaic technology. Founded in 2016 by Michael Niggemann, the company develops asset tracking applications and indoor navigation.

Fluege.de

The Czech travel company Invia plans, as the company confirmed to the news agency dpa, to separate from its brand fluege.de. In 2017, the Invia Group bought both fluege.de and the portal ab-in-den-urlaub.de from the insolvent company Unister. Now, several investors have already expressed their interest in the travel portal. However, the company did not want to communicate more about the state of affairs.

Asuro

The BCA-Group, a broker pool from Oberursel, takes over the Frankfurt-based Fintech Asuro, founded in 2015, as a provider of digital insurance brokers. The parties have agreed not to disclose the transaction volume.


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