Good Morning!! As we enter a new week, let’s take a look at the latest trending startup news insights.
Agtech startup iUNU announced another acquisition, it is Artemis, a Lake Ariel, Pa.-based startup. It did incredible job in building advanced analytics solutions for the most critical element of your operation - the plants. Read more
Berkeley-based cultured meat company New Age Meats, raised funds under Series A that will enable the company to double its workforce, expand R&D and build a 20,000-square-foot pilot manufacturing facility in Alameda. Read more
Fench startup that wants to improve the recycling process for sophisticated composite materials. The company wants to produce new kinds of materials from material waste and sell them to industrial companies. Read more
French startup Qovery, integrates directly with your git repository and lets you deploy your code to a public cloud without having to manage the infrastructure yourself. Read more
WiderCircle is a California HealthTech startup on a mission to ensure that the health of seniors and their basic needs are met. Read more
Toothfairy is a U.K. startup that has a variation on this approach. Toothfairy connects patients to dentists on-demand via video, with the app being officially approved by the NHS. Read more
The Beijing, China-based ByteDance has acquired Pico to expand into virtual reality space. Pico is the third-largest virtual reality headset maker globally in the first quarter of 2021, read more.
French startup Voodoo has made a significant acquisition in the casual mobile gaming market. Voodoo is better known for its hyper-casual games, such as Helix Jump, Crowd City, Hole.io or Paper.io 2. Read more
EV startup Polestar is all set to go public very soon. Startup looking forward to establishing itself in the U.S whilst giving its resident competitor Tesla, a run for its money. Read more
SquadPal app provides a place where teammates can learn more about each other and share personal moments. The pre-seed funds will be put toward integrating the app within teams’ workplaces (Slack, Teams, Zoom etc.). Read more
According to the company, it will be able to cool you down or warm you up, filter out air impurities, play your favorite music, help you make phone calls from bed, and even make sure you get up on time in the morning.
Ozy, a digital media startup, is shutting down less than a week after a New York Times column raised questions about the organization’s claims of millions of viewers and readers, read more.
The company doubled the number of satellite kitchens in its network this year and now operates more than 15 locations throughout the Bay Area and Chicago, read more.
Indonesian e-commerce startup Ula, raised over $30 million and courted many high-profile investors since launching last year. It helps small retailers solve inefficiencies that they face in supply chain, inventory and working capital, read more.
By dividing up illiquid, chunky assets such as real estate into smaller, fractional digital tokens, blockchain promises to tear down the high barrier of investing, read more.
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