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Recruitment tech startup JamieAi raises £1m

Recruitment tech startup JamieAi has raised £1m from Adrian Ezra, founder and CEO of ExecuZen. JamieAi has built a platform to allow individuals from the worlds of data science and AI to be matched with relevant career opportunities. The startup is launching in the UK and Ireland today. Will Capper, CEO of JamieAi, spoke about… Read More »

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Travel activities startup Klook nets $60m

Eric Gnock Fah started Klook in early 2014 to focus on the bits not covered by all the flight, hotel, and rental-booking sites – the actual fun part of the holiday. Like activities and days out – amusement park tickets, guided tours, a day of skydiving. Today the Hong Kong-based startup is announcing its biggest… Read More »

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Startup O.school raises $800,000 to improve sex education

Sex education startup O.school recently raised $800,000 to help achieve its goal of offering up easy access to sex-positive, inclusive and comprehensive education around sex and sexuality. Current investors include Cyan Banister of Founders Fund, X Factor Ventures and The House Fund. Sex is one of those things that is still heavily stigmatized in many societies…. Read More »

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Dr Catriona Wallace’s startup raised $5.1 million in 12 minutes

The artificial intelligence fintech startup, which is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange through its holding company Cre8tek, raised $5.1 million last month via a share placement to new and existing institutional, professional and sophisticated investors. The oversubscribed round closed after just 12 minutes, with $10 million in bids vying for the 128.1 million in shares… Read More »

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Health app startup Echo raises £7m

Echo, a British startup that allows users to order repeat prescriptions from the NHS via their smartphone, has r has landed a fresh injection of cash from venture capitalists. Echo, that was founded by former employees of Apple and Lloyds Pharmacy, has raised £7m in funding led by White Star Capital. Also participating in the… Read More »

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InsurTech startup Homelyfe closes £2.4m Seed

InsurTech startup Homelyfe has raised £2.4m in a Seed round led by Tallis Capital and Peterson Ventures. Homelyfe will use the money to continue developing its proprietary technology and to grow its team. “Our vision for Homelyfe is to build an insurance solution around the needs of the modern consumer,” said CEO and co-founder of… Read More »

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Fintech Startup Countingup Raises ​$750K

Countingup, a new fintech startup from Tim Fouracre has raised $750,000 in founding led by Frontline Ventures. Others participating in the round include ​Will ​Neale (Founder ​of ​Fonix ​& ​Grabyo), ​Ben ​Grol ​(Partner ​at ​Atomico), ​Ben ​Heald ​(Chair of ​Sift, ​Edo, ​eFiling ​& ​Bristol ​Pound), and ​Andy ​Chung ​(AngelList). he capital will be used to… Read More »

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Hair-Coloring Start-Up Madison Reed Raises $25M

Madison Reed CEO Amy Errett had lunch yesterday with dozens of her employees in the San Francisco’s Mission District to talk about how her start-up will storm the barricades of the $50 billion hair-care market, with some help from Comcast Ventures. The cable giant’s venture arm was the lead investor in Madison Reed’s latest financing… Read More »

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