Good Morning!! As we enter a new week, let’s take a look at the latest trending startup news insights.
Homa Games specializes in hypercasual, casual and board games, a segment of the mobile gaming industry that requires a methodical, technology-driven approach. Read more
Mono, an African startup that helps connect consumers’ bank accounts to financial applications, has raised a $15 million Series A round. Read more
SkyCell, a Swiss company developing smart containers for transporting medicines and vaccines, is announcing a significant round of funding. Read more
Outreach helps sales professionals close deals, track leads and boost engagement with customers including Zoom, Adobe, DocuSign, and others. Read more
Airbyte Cloud moves away from the industry-norm volume-based pricing, which prevents companies from replicating data sources with high volumes, like databases, because the cost becomes prohibitive. Read More
French startup Moonbikes introduced an electric bike specifically designed for riding through the snow. Following the early 2021 pre-orders, it’s now been confirmed that the world’s first EV snowbike will reach buyers by the end of Q4. Read more
Atomic’s APIs allow consumers to connect their income to different services, helping them set up direct deposit at a neobank, read more.
Seattle-based startup Spice AI, aims to make it significantly easier for developers to leverage AI in their applications, read more.
U.K. social audio startup Wisdom has launched a new mentorship marketplace. The app lets users log on to find conversations which they can join live or listen back to on-demand, read more.
Bolt has announced $393 million in new funding, bringing the fintech startup's total funding to more than $600 million. Read more
Pagos is building a data “platform” and API-driven micro-services that it says can integrate with any payment stack. The end goal is to drive better performance and “optimization” of a business’ existing payments infrastructure. Read more
Foreign travel tech platforms dominate the international tourism industry, but Yanolja is hoping to compete by scaling up, and building a “super app”, read more.
Mmhmm’s new OOO service is a more playful alternative, the new tool accessible in a web browser and on mobile devices is designed to replace Zoom and its rivals with a more engaging environment. Read more
Singapore Crawfish produces 100kg of the crustaceans every month and is scaling up its production. It is also selling technology it has developed to farm crawfish sustainably.
Israeli startup is creating a biodegradable, non-toxic, and low-energy textile — using algae. Algae-based fibers are more expensive than conventional fibers like cotton, but Krebs said that as a sustainable and ethical product, read more.
The company had just released several stunning “demo” videos of its AR headset — a massive virtual whale crashes through the floor of a basketball court in one.
The rental car company, which filed for bankruptcy early in the pandemic and emerged on June 30, has filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering. Read more
Chile-based The Live Green Co has built an AI-powered recommendation engine called Charaka, which helps make plant-based ice-creams. Read more
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