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.
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.
Romanian startup, Questo, was selected in the Startupbootcamp Scale Osaka business accelerator in Japan to further develop its infrastructure and technology in the japanese market. They will have the opportunity to integrate their technology into the smart city setup and develop the technology while also getting funds for further development.
Good news for any start-up and early scale-up specialised in automation that is located in the CEE region and Turkey. You can apply now through 30th of August in the second edition of the UiPath Automation Awards, a competition founded by UiPath where you can win 50.000 euros and the chance to form a partnership with the automation behemoth, UiPath.
MorphL, a Romanian start-up company, managed to position itself as an important development organization during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The start-up company is using AI to automatize online and e-commerce processes.
iPath, a company founded in Bucharest and based in New York has announced a considerable $220 millions Series E investment, bringing its valuation up to the gigantic sum of $10.2 billions, thus becoming the first romanian founded startup to reach over $10 billions in valuation.