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Europe Invest Week 07.05.2022

Madrid-based temporary job platform Jobandtalent has secured $250 million in debt financing from US investment banks Citi, Goldman Sachs and European investor AnaCap Financial Partners to connect people with a steady stream of work.

Parisian healthcare startup, that just happens to offer insurance products as well, Alan has raised €183 million in a Series E round. The company is now valued at €2.7 billion, a figure that’s almost doubled since April of last year.

Stockholm-based Polarium, a company dedicated to providing safe and sustainable energy storage solutions built on lithium-ion technology, raised approximately €92 million in a fresh round of funding. With this funding, the company is now valued at $1 billion, making it the latest Swedish unicorn.

Lithuanian fintech startup that provides advanced account-to-account (A2A) payment infrastructure to replace costly card transactions, Kevin. has raised $65 million in funding. The Series A round was led by Accel, with participation from Eurazeo and existing investors.

DoDo Group, a Prague, Czech Republic-based provider of a B2B logistics technology platform, secured €60 million in Series B funding.

The next generation of therapeutics designed to prevent, treat and help people manage a wide range of medical disorders, digital therapeutics is the way forward. Betting big on the segment, Icelandic digital therapeutics platform Sidekick Health has raised $55 million in Series B funding.

Bavarian startup HiveMQ has raised €40 million in a Series A funding round. The HiveMQ solution helps facilitate communications between connected IoT devices; a lot of connected devices.

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