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Chattermill raises $ 8 million for Series A to help businesses get customer feedback "on a large scale" – TechCrunch

Chattermill, the London startup that offers a so-called "customer understanding" platform that uses machine learning to provide scalable insight into customer feedback, has raised $ 8 million in Series A funds. DN Capital is at the top. alongside Ventech and btov Partners. In addition to a number of angel investors, Silicon Valley Bank also participated, including Matt Price (Senior Vice …

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Petnet's Smart Pet Feeder system is available again after a week of downtime, but customers are still waiting for answers – TechCrunch

Petnet, the smart pet feeder supported by investors like Petco, recently had a week-long system outage on its second generation SmartFeeders. While the startup's customer service has recently tweeted that the SmartFeeder and functionality of the app have been restored, Petnet is still frustrated and confused due to its lack of responsiveness. Petnet announced this for the first time on …

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The Spanish Cobee collects 2.1 million euros for its app for employee benefits and its payment card – TechCrunch

Cobee, a Spanish fintech startup that has developed an app to manage employee benefits and a related card, has completed EUR 2.1 million in pre-Series A financing. The group was jointly led by Speedinvest and Target Global. Other supporters are Chris Bouwer (co-founder of Adyen) and existing investors Encomenda Smart Capital, BStartup (Banco Sabadell), Lanai Partners and Abac Nest. Cobee …

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Europe's Target Global raises the new early stage fund TechCrunch in the amount of EUR 120 million

Target Global, the pan-European venture capital firm headquartered in Berlin, launched a new early-stage fund of EUR 120 million after allegedly collecting donations for only three months. Referred to as "Early Phase Fund II" With the new vehicle, the company will continue to support early stage technology companies across Europe and Israel, leading and leading seed and Series A rounds. …

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HealthJoy was developed to help employees find out the health benefits and brings in $ 30 million – TechCrunch

HealthJoy, a platform designed to make it easier for employees to take advantage of their healthcare benefits, has raised $ 30 million in Series C funds led by Health Velocity Capital. Recurring investors also participated, including U.S. venture partners, Chicago Ventures, Epic Ventures, Brandon Cruz and Clint Jones. The total funding for HealthJoy is $ 53 million. By integrating with …

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MIT CSAIL's radars map hidden functions to make it easier for driverless cars to navigate snowy terrain

Bad weather – especially rain and snow – threatens to stop autonomous vehicles on their tracks. This is because the rainfall covers cameras that are vital to the car's self-confidence and causes sensors to sense obstacles that are not there. In addition, bad weather tends to hide street signs and structures that normally serve as landmarks for navigation. Fortunately, researchers …

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Sokowatch raises $ 14 million to digitize Africa's informal B2B supply chain – TechCrunch

Kenya B2B e-commerce startup Sokowatch has raised $ 14 million in Series A funds for its mission to renew supply chain markets for informal retailers in Africa. From Nairobi, the company has created a platform that connects dealers directly to local and multinational suppliers such as Unilever and Proctor and Gamble – and digitizes orders, payments and delivery logistics. Since …

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Microsoft launches the 100X100X100 program to help Indian B2B SaaS startups – TechCrunch

Microsoft took note of this as Indian startups entering the world of SaaS. The American technology giant launched 100X100X100 today, a program aimed at SaaS startups from company to company. Microsoft announced on Monday that 100X100X100 will bring 100 companies and 100 startups together with early growth and growth. Each committed company will spend $ 100,000 over 18 months. “This …

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Lightspeed leads Laiyes $ 42 million round to rely on Chinese corporate IT – TechCrunch

Laiye, a Chinese startup that offers robotic process automation services to several major technology companies in the nation and government agencies, raised $ 42 million in a new round of financing to scale up its business. The new Series C financing round was jointly managed by Lightspeed Venture Partners and Lightspeed China Partners. Cathay Innovation, who led the startup's B …

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