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Today in Germany: High Mobility, Conjects, Distribusion, Buying Show, Crowdfox, Civey Written by Felicitas Hackmann on 17. March 2016

High Mobility raises seed round

Berlin-based connected car start-up High Mobility announced a 7-digit seed funding round yesterday. The investment came from business angels such as Fabian von Kuenheim. IBB Beteiligungsgesellschaft participated as a second investor in this round. High Mobility’s software platform lets cars connect to its surrounding, e.g. allows keyless access control, personalized setting, or parking payment.

€65 million exit for Munich-based software company

When it comes to funding rounds, we often hear they are based in Berlin. But when it comes to really large exits, they are often found in Munich. Like this one: Australia-based Aconex buys Conjects, which offers software and services for constructional and real estate management, for €65 million.
[theaustralian], [Gründerszene] (German)

€6 million for Distribusion

Berlin-based tech travel platform Distribusion raised €6 million. The platform lets travel companies and travel search engines sells intercity bus tickets. The investment comes from Northzone, Creandum, and HR Ventures. Existing investor Frühphasenfonds Brandenburg, along with travel industry-related angels, also joined the round.
[TechCrunch], [Gründerszene] (German)

Buying Show is ‘this close’ to raise its seed round

Markus Fuhrmann, co-founder of well-known Delivery Hero, founded Buying Show just four month ago. The startup aims to connect “the best brands and retailers across the world”. As Gründerszene found out, Buying Show is currently raising its seed round.
[Gründerszene] (German)

Crowdfox closes €5 million round

Crowdfox wants to stay fee free for retailer and be about 10 per cent cheaper for customers than Amazon. The startup is based in Cologne and was founded in 2012. Today, it announces a €5 million seed round from privat investors.
[Gründerzene] (German)

Civey raises €1.2 million

Berlin-based representative survey startup Civey receives a second investment from IBB Beteiligungsgesellschaft. After having raised €500,000 last September, this time the startup raised over twice as much: €1.2 million.
[Gründerszene] (German)

Twago acquires Spanish competitor

Berlin-based freelancer platform Twago has worked for seven years in its field. Now, it acquired its Spanish competitor Adtriboo. Details stay undisclosed.
[Gründerszene] (German)

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