Startup News: 15th Nov 2021 - 21st Nov 2021

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Good Morning!! As we enter a new week, let’s take a look at the latest trending startup news insights.

 

15th November, 2021

 

Weekly startup news

 

1. Australian startup that builds e-bikes and offers micromobility subscriptions

Zoomo offers gig workers a weekly subscription, which includes servicing, for anywhere from $20 per week to $49 per week. Zoomo wants to start developing light vehicles to address parcel delivery and other urban last-mile form factors. Read more

2. Doola raises $3M to help global founders launch an LLC in the US

Doola’s mission is to help its clients by means of the incorporation course of to allow them to “confidently acquire funds, construct credibility, keep authorized and make more cash, read more.

 

16th November, 2021

 

Weekly startup news

 

1. Hydrosat closes another $10M in funding for ground temperature analytics product

The company aims to collect surface temperature data using satellites equipped with infrared sensors. Read more

2. Heyday raises funds to buy up and scale more D2C brands in the Amazon marketplace universe

San Francisco-based Heyday, which buys up and then grows direct-to-consumer merchants and brands that have found initial traction, leveraging the Amazon marketplace, read more.

 

17th November, 2021

 

Weekly startup news

 

 1. Defacto offers embedded credit products to small companies

Defacto, a new French startup, wants to offer credit products via an API. It automatically analyzes your sales to give you an answer in real time. It is an embedded financial product, which means it doesn’t sell its loan offering directly to small businesses. Read more

2. Respira Launches AI Wearable for Lung Function for COPD, COVID, Asthma

Sylvee is a brand new wearable from Respira Labs which continuously measures lung function. A product that’s worn at the lower part of the rib cage, and it promises to easily and continuously assess lung function without having to blow into anything. Read more

3. Roleshare launches job-sharing marketplace to match professionals, raises pre-seed round

Roleshare is a talent marketplace that matches professionals with each other so they can both apply and share one full-time job. Read more

 

18th November, 2021

 

Weekly startup news

 

1. Meet the Mom of 3 Who Opened a Bookstore On a Bus

The mom of three has been deeply heartened to see the impact her bookstore on wheels is making. DeVaughn continues to dream big, hoping to partner with schools, do book fairs that offer fair prices and diverse titles, read more.

2. Manchester City suspend partnership with cryptocurrency start-up 3Key

That process has now been halted, with the decision believed to be based on 3Key’s lack of online presence. Read More

3. Lucid touts 17,000-plus Air EV reservations after successful IPO

Lucid delivered its first Air EVs to customers, navigated a successful initial public offering and locked in a Tesla-beating range rating from the EPA. Read more

4. For those who want to turn travel into dollars, Fora can help start your next career

Fora plans to use the new investment to onboard new advisors, product development and go-to-market. Read more

 

19th November, 2021

 

Weekly startup news

 

1. Two companies awarded $75K from Alabama Launchpad startup competition

Alabama Launchpad, founded in 2006, directs funding to startups through competitions in an effort to drive innovation and job creation. Read more

2. Ag-tech startup gets $300 million from ADM, others

Chicago-based ADM wants to use Farmers Business Network, which has extensive data on its 33,000 farm customers, to track sustainability, says co-founder Charles Baron. Read more

 

20th November, 2021

 

Weekly startup news

 

1. Ford Abandons Plans to Jointly Develop EV with Rivian

Ford Motor Co. has abandoned plans to jointly develop an electric vehicle with Rivian Automotive Inc., the startup in which the legacy automaker has a 12% stake. Read more

2. This startup is using rice hulls to solve water scarcity

It’s a circular economy solution that turns rice hulls into a high-performance hybrid water filtration media. It’s faster, more efficient and significantly cheaper than traditional water filtration methods. Read more

 

21st November, 2021

 

Weekly startup news

 

1. Astra rocket reaches orbit for 1st time on test flight for US military

NASA selected Astra to launch its Time-Resolved Observations of Precipitation Structure and Storm Intensity with a Constellation of Smallsats mission, read more.

2. Sufresca Accelerates Its Green Solution to Reduce Waste and Plastic

AgriTech start-up Sufresca, Ltd. developed an edible, biodegradable, water-based emulsion composed of wholly natural food ingredients and inbuilt with advanced modified atmosphere properties. Read more

 

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Kumar Amritanshu (Editor), Super admin

Amritanshu, a geek, an explorer, traveler and innovative creator by heart. Experimenting with new ideas and exploring innovative technologies are his break-through talent. Endless craze for technology and creativity. Associated with editorial team at OpenGrowth and keenly serving great stuff from startup world.


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