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Delft-based Inkless raises €1 million to conquer the market with a revolutionary printing tech...

Inkless, the TU Delft spinout that enables black and white printing without cartridges or toner...

Battle of the European e-scooter startups: Dott, Tier, Voi, Wind

After a banner 2019 of mega funding rounds for European e-scooter startups (Dott's €29 million ...

Let it Grow: World’s first incubator for flowers and plants innovations just launched in the N...

The plant and flower industry is one of the few places where the startup scene hasn’t really fl...

Bluetick raises €210K for its intuitive legal search engine

Dutch startup Bluetick, an online search engine for lawyers, has raised a pre-seed funding of €...

Rotterdam-based recruitment marketing startup VONQ is acquired by the private equity fund capi...

Rotterdam-based VONQ, a smart recruitment platform, has sold a 54% stake to capital D - a priva...

ParkBee secures €1.8 million, makes car parks available all day long, and expands in UK

Company car parks usually stand empty outside of normal working hours. That is the reason why A...

Connecterra: $1.8M in first round funding for the Fitbit for cows

Yes, the time of the connected cow has just started! Connecterra, the Amsterdam-based IoT s...

MyNameIsE is renaming its product to Cardcloud

MyNameIsE, the winner of the Next Web Sun Startup Rally 2009, has recently announced its relaun...

Dutch startup Route42 and Belgian Storychief each win €100k from Peak Capital during Fundathon...

The second edition of the Dutch VC Peak Capital’s Fundathon in Amsterdam was a success, and the...

Amsterdam-based travel tech startup Polarsteps raises €3 million and reaches one million users...

Amsterdam-based travel startup Polarsteps allows travelers to share their trips in real time wi...

Jobs of the week: Join Inflight VR in Barcelona, Arkley VC in Warsaw or ASADRA in Amsterdam

Is your boss an idiot and you are desperately looking forward to the weekend? Quit your boring ...