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Amsterdam startup funding news, 31 March 2021

A new investment round for Bringly

Bringly, which aims to revolutionise urban logistics and delivery services by providing CO2-neutral same-day deliveries via bike and electric vehicles, has closed a new investment round, securing investment from Ponooc, plus Shamrock Ventures and other parties. Bringly provides a shipping platform for retailers and carriers, which utilises smart logistics software. The funds will go towards international expansion and further development of the platform.

Clairify secures investment

Clairify, a company for smart sensors for climate and air quality control, has secured investment from the Dutch Student Investment Fund.


Detail, a service that makes it easier for creators to broadcast high-quality live video on Zoom, Meet, Twitch and other platforms and to turn live video into quality content to use or reuse across other platforms, has raised $2 million in a pre-seed round led by Connect Ventures. 

Dexter Energy Services receives a €2 million Series A investment

Dexter Energy, a startup helping energy companies optimise their portfolios using AI, has received a €2 million Series A investment. The round was led by Newion; existing investors PDENH, Stephen Asplin and Andreas Gelfort have also joined.

Finch Buildings raises €1 million

Dutch sustainable building company Finch Buildings has raised €1 million from Belgium’s AMAVI Capital to expand internationally. Finch Buildings aims to disrupt the construction sector by establishing a ‘library’ of unified building components and by furthering timber as main construction material.

Fixico announces €5 million investment extension

The Amsterdam-based tech company providing a digital platform for car repair, Fixico, has announced a €5 million extension to its Series A round, closing the total at €12 million. Investors include Finch Capital, Alma Mundi Ventures, Autotech Ventures and Orange Growth Capital. Fixico’s platform seamlessly handles car repair for consumers, insurers and fleet owners.

Fintech scale-up raises €10 million

Payment platform has raised a €10 million debt funding round, largely coming from London-based Kreos Capital, who specialise in providing financing for high-growth companies. Plans for the near future include further expansion in North America and entering new regions including Latin America and the GCC.

The Selection Lab

Recruitment tech provider The Selection Lab has raised €300,000. By providing science-based assessments, The Selection Lab hopes to make recruitment more objective and thus encourage diversity.

€5.2 million for Sympower

More good news for renewable energy, as Sympower, the Amsterdam-based provider of software supporting the energy transition, has raised a €5.2 million investment in a series B round. The funding will be used to enter new markets, helping to accelerate the European transition to renewables.

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