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The Zebra reaches $100M run rate, turns profitable as insurtech booms

£2,000,000 Crowdfunding
Crowdfund Insider

Wow. Vegan Delivery Company allplants Raises £2 Million in 2 days on Seedrs

Pulse 2.0 , FinSMEs

The Zebra: $38.5 Million Funding And Over $60 Million ARR

$38,500,000 Venture capital (Series C)
Crunchbase News , TechCrunch

The Zebra Raises $38.5M For Insurance Comparison Site After 200% Growth In 2019

Crunchbase News

NEXT Trucking Lays Off Staff To Focus On Growth Areas A Year After $97M Raise

$97,000,000 Venture capital (Series C)
FinSMEs , TechCrunch

Next Raises $97M in Series C Funding


Next Trucking raises $97 million to streamline freight transport


When to outsource and when to build in-house:’s Alyssa Furtado on focus and scaling

People Apps & Services
£7,500,000 Venture capital (Series A)

Allplants Raises £7.5M in Series A Funding

Funding Food & Beverage

Vegan meal delivery startup Allplants is served £7.5M Series A funding

Food & Beverage Funding Apps & Services

Interview with Lidia Yan, NEXT Trucking

NEXT Trucking, Backed By $21M From Sequoia Capital, Plans Big Hiring Push


Geldwäsche-Vorwürfe: Savedo vermittelte Kunden an verdächtige Bank


Trucking logistics company NEXT Trucking takes in a $21 million haul

Manufacturing Technology
$21,000,000 Venture capital (Series B)
VentureBeat , FinSMEs

Sequoia leads $21 million raise to help Next Trucking match carriers with shippers

Manufacturing Funding
$12,000,000 Venture capital (Series A)
BetaKit , PE HUB , PE HUB , +2

RateHub raises $12 million Series A to build end-to-end mortgage platform

Funding Stock markets Apps & Services

Bamboo Capital Partners leads $14 million investment in ComparaOnline

$40,000,000 Venture capital (Series B)

Car insurance comparison marketplace The Zebra racks up $40 mln

$14,000,000 Venture capital (Series C)
TechCrunch , PE HUB

Chilean startup ComparaOnline raises $14 million for its financial education tools for Latin America

Funding Global
t3n Magazin

NEXT 2017: „Wir leben in einer Beta-Welt!“