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Worth reading: Doo.net, SEOlytics, TechCrunch, StartupBus

There are so many interesting stories out there and unfortunately we don’t have the time to cover all of them. With our new section “Worth reading” we provide you (once in a while) with some links to interesting articles of other publications:

dooThe German startup Doo.net just secured a substantial $6.8 million first round investment to “reinvent paperwork”. Doo is aimed at consumers and small businesses. It lets you send, receive, share, process, organize, securely archive and access digital documents from any device. The idea is to have good looking apps for OS X, iOS, Android, Windows and Windows Phone as well as for the Web. Read more about it on TechCrunch Europe.

SEOlyticsThe German search analytics-provider SEOlytics has closed a further financing round. Financial details about the financing have not been disclosed yet. SEOlytics was founded in 2009 and offers SEO tools and analytic software in German and English. The fresh capital will be used for the international expansion. Read more about it (in German) on Deutsche-Startups.de

TechCrunch_EuropeArcticStartup just reported: “We’ve heard that Techcrunch now, in some cases, require new startups to give them the right to determine when the startup can go talk to other journalists (and naturally if you don’t want to abide – don’t expect coverage anytime soon). In other words, they set an embargo towards the startup itself.”

StartupBusStartupBus Europe has hit the road for a journey that is partly a hackathon and partly a tour of some of Europe’s hottest tech cities. During the trip, teams of entrepreneurs, developers and designers will create products which will then be demoed at an event in Paris. You can join the bus in person at one of the stop-off points along the route: Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Berlin, Zurich and Paris. Find out more about it on TheNextWeb.

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Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of EU-Startups.com and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).

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