Worth reading: Tictail, Plumbr, Ge.tt, 6Wunderkinder

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

Tictail-logoBerlin-based company builder Project A has invested €600,000 in Tictail, a Stockholm-based startup offering an easy-to-use platform for individuals and retailers to create and customise their own online store. Read the full story on VentureVillage.eu.

Plumbr-logoPlumbr has developed a memory optimising tool that aims to predict and avoid software failures. The Estonian startup has just closed a $1 million seed round led by angel investor Matt Arnold, along with Sten Tamkivi (former head of Skype Estonia) and others. For more info regarding Plumbr visit TechCrunch.

ge.tt-logoGe.tt, a file sharing service backed by Atomico Ventures and others, has been acquired by accounting software provider E-conomic. Ge.tt stated that its service will continue to operate as before. The Copenhagen-based Ge.tt allows for fast sharing of documents and media files with others. Visit TNW to learn more.

6Wunderkinder-logo6Wunderkinder just announced a €14.1 million Series B round led by Sequoia. The round, in which the company’s previous investors Atomico and Earlybird are also participating, bring the total investment in 6WK to a whopping $30 million. But it comes as the productivity app continues to register decent growth. Read the full story and visit SiliconAllee.