Anticipating a decline in car ownership, start-ups like Bestmile and Amber plan to power seamless on-demand services. Car ownership could decline by as much as 70% by 2035. Dutch start-up Amber has a fleet of autonomous cars that use algorithms to predict where they will be needed in the next 15 minutes.Weiterlesen
Startup Master Class brings an elite panel of speakers and investors to Pune on 15th September 2018.Weiterlesen
Oath’s first-in-market programmatic VR offering enables advertisers to seamlessly extend existing display and video assets into fully immersive and consumer-first VR environments. By partnering with Admix, the first SSP for VR/AR, and programmatic trading infrastructure BidSwitch, standard IAB display and video creative assets are tagged for VR inventory and served programmatically through Oath’s DSP, making it easy for brands to run these ads in a VR environment.Weiterlesen
Bestmile Announces Funding to Fuel Strategic Growth in Autonomous Mobility. “We are bullish in the mobility services market and see Bestmile as a disruptive force to not only transform the current human-driven environment, but also autonomous vehicle fleets,” said Patrice Crisinel, managing director of Road Ventures SA.Weiterlesen
“We will closely work with FundTonic for expansion in Europe and for the next phase of growth, including investments in future rounds of funding,” added Yesss Capital founders.Weiterlesen
Mumbai-based FundTonic, an angel network with over 700 angel investors and one of the leading co-working player, has raised an undisclosed amount in a strategic round of fundingfrom Yesss Capital, Germany and others.
Lead investor Axel and Boris, the Founders of Yesss Capital stated that they have been informally talking to the FundTonic team since a while to discuss Yesss Capital entry strategy for investments in India.Weiterlesen
According to Axel and Boris’ LinkedIn account (they share one), they are based in Berlin, Copenhagen, Liechtenstein, Stockholm and Monterrey. Neither are they merely entrepreneurs, but ‘visionaries’, keen to inject their particular brand of hyper-positivism into the tech industry. They even have an Instagram alter-ego, ‘The Yesssmen’, ‘Green Super Heroes for the fight against climate change.’Weiterlesen