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Worth reading: Drive, FlatFrog, wooga, Wunderdata

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 by other publications:

Drive-logoFrench startup Drive just raised €2 million in Series A funding from undisclosed business angels and institutional investors (Update – May 2023: The startup seems to be no longer in business under this website, and we therefore deactivated the original link). Drive is an Uber-like service that owns its cars and operates with fixed prices. Other transportation startups like Chauffeur-privé, LeCab, SnapCar and Uber are already fighting hard to take over the French market. Read more about Drive on TechCrunch.

FlatFrog-logoThe Lund-based company FlatFrog Technologies announced yesterday it picked up a €7.35 million funding round on the heels of the CES in Las Vegas. The round was led by Invus, Sunstone Capital, and Intel Capital and will be used to help commercialise FlatFrog’s multi-touch technology for PC applications. Read the full story and visit ArcticStartup.com (Update – May 2023: The article seems to be not visible anymore, and we therefore deactivated the original link).

wooga-logoOn a snowy winter’s day 5 years ago, the Berlin-based gaming startup Wooga was founded. Its founders wanted to bring gaming to everyone and have people who weren’t so used to having a joypad in their hands enter the world of gaming. Check out their infographic about 5 years of wooga (Update – May 2023: The website seems to be out of use, and we therefore deactivated the original link).

Wunderdata-logoBerlin-based Wunderdata, the startup founded by former Fab Europe employees Richard Neb, Mike Rötgers and Stefan Ladenthin, has received seed funding from WestTech Ventures. Offering business intelligence tools for online shops, Wunderdata touts its services as easy to use, with software that doesn’t require programming skills for installation. Learn more and visit VentureVillage (Update – May 2023: The article seems to be out of use, and we therefore deactivated the original link).

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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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