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Zenloop positions itself as one of the most promising software startups in Berlin


As announced, the investment is now official. Nauta Capital and Piton Capital are investing 5.2 million euros in the Berlin-based software startup Zenloop, a software-as-a-service provider. The company was founded in 2016 by the then Flaconi founders Paul Schwarzenholz and Björn Kolbmüller. According to the company, the number of employees is expected to double this year. In addition, international expansion is planned.


Project A Ventures, Picus Capital and 360 Capital Partners. Kervis Asset Management, Boost Heroes, Marco Pescarmona and Rancilio Cube are also investing 7 million euros in Casavo, an Italian PropTech, and iBuyer startup. The Italian online platform for the direct sale and purchase of real estate in was founded in 2017 by Giorgio Tinacci. So far, Casavo is active in Milan and Rome. The plan is expansion in southern Europe.

Munich General Insurance Services

PRINAS MONTAN, subsidiary of the Frankfurt-based Degussa Bank AG group, buys Münchner Insurtech startup Munich General Insurance Services. The company was founded in 2014 by Manuel Stroeh and specializes in supporting insurance intermediaries. More than 1,000 insurance brokers are said to have used the brokerage platform. According to Stroeh, the plan is to continuously expand the technology offering and to establish digital end-to-end processes in the financial services sector.

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