- The impact investor joined the Picterra's $3.3 million seed round for the technology's potential use in aid delivery, crop and soil health tracking, and forest and wildlife monitoring.
The Swedish company makes “solar” cells that can convert any type of light, including ambient light, into energy to charges consumer electronics.
- The $215 billion private banking and asset management firm of the royal family of Liechtenstein took majority control of Aspada, an early-stage venture investor that has made 19 investments in India.
- Europe’s aging population is attracting tech startups with ideas for making it easier for people to maintain dignity and independence.
- Estonia-based Solarstone has developed a new kind of solar panel that can be built directly into a property.
- The round was led by Nordic and Baltic-focused VC byFounders. Credit Ease Fintech Fund and DG Incubation also participated.
- The firm's Series A was backed by PropTech1 Ventures and German venture capital firm IBB Beteiligungsgesellschaft.