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PayPoint Launches Its Own Mobile Payments App

Paypoint is one of the main payment processing companies, which offer services with added value at an international level. The company is recognized for its advanced technology, for the services it provides to consumers, and for the position of leader in payment processing made through electronic terminals placed in proximity stores.
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The Romanian startup Frisbo expands its activities in five new european countries

Frisbo, a Romanian e-fulfilment company, expands its operations in 5 new european countries: Moldova, Bulgaria, Italy, Spain and Belgium.
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eMag, Romania's leading online retailer, has launched eMag Ventures

eMag has launched eMag Ventures, an investment pool that will help tech companies develop their innovating products and services.
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Accesa joins German IT Group Ratiodata

Romanian digital services company, Accesa has been bought by the German IT group Ratiodata for an undisclosed amount of money, according to Accesa’s statement.
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Romanian Game Development Agency Amber Opens Office in Montreal

Amber offers a reference solution for creative work in an interactive environment. It was founded in Romania back in 2013, when it only boasted 4 employees, and it has since grown to employ hundreds of people all across the world, and to work with renown companies like Disney, Rovio, Raw Fury, Paradox Interactive, and NBC Universal.
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Investory, a Romanian mobile game that teaches kids about finance, secured an investment of $300,000

Investory is an online platform that helps startups get in touch with investors. It is a mobile game that helps little kids learn about money, finances, and how to manage them. It’s all set in a futuristic space scene, and it’s episodic.
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Meet Enso, the newest business platform dedicated to entrepreneurs, founded by entrepreneurs from Cluj Napoca

Six entrepreneurs from Cluj Napoca with vast experience in business founded the platform Enso, which is dedicated especially to entrepreneurs and business individuals. They built the platform after they secured an investment of over 200.000 Euros.
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Whoop has become Boston's newest 'unicorn' - a startup worth more than $1 billion

Fitness tracking wristband startup, Whoop, has just raised $100 million in a Series E funding led by IVP, a California-based investment firm. The $100 millions bring Whoop to a valuation of $1.2 billion making it Boston’s ‘newest’ unicorn, that means a startup that is worth more than $1 billion.

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