The Barcelona-based startup Housfy has recently closed a €6M round to improve their technology and to expand in Portugal and France before the end of the year.

Housfy is a proptech platform that allows house owners to sell their properties without commissions or further intermediaries. The company founded by Albert Bosch, Miquel A. Mora, and Carlos Blanco through Nuclio Venture Builder, is now being invested by DN Capital, Cathay Capital, Seaya and Torch Capital.

We recently interviewed Albert Bosch in our podcast, make sure to check it out to learn more about about how Housfy operates!

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Startup ecosystem ranking and technology under the hood

This is the Newsletter shared on the 3rd of May. If you wish to receive newsletter faster, you can subscribe here: https://itnig.net/

 

Dear tech entrepreneur,
Ready for your quick dose of startup and tech news? Here we go!

The European startup ecosystem is fastly evolving and catching up. Don’t trust us, trust the ranking made by StartupBlink in collaboration with Crunchbase and others that lists 1,000 startup ecosystems from 100 different countries (if you are curious, Barcelona ranks 27 and Madrid 31). On top that, some people suggest Silicon Valley should look to Europe to solve its IPO problem.

On another note, something that caught our eyes was the return of Foursquare to big funding rounds. The location check-in company has raised a $150M Series G round. This is more than four times larger than its previous round showing that a business can retake traction after pivoting.

And last but not least, don’t miss the chance to attend an event organised this Wednesday at OneCoWork where Factorial’s founders Jordi Romero and Bernat Farrero will be talking about the new schedule control system.

– itnig’s team

Podcast #91: Making a very successful B2B printing company – Technology under the hood
In this week’s episode, Andrés Askenasy (Industrial Director @Camaloon), Maite Forcadell (Printing Manager @Camaloon) and Juan Rodríguez (CEO @Camaloon) chat about how Camaloon uses technology to make a very successful B2B printing company.

Andrés and Maite emphasise on what makes them different. Camaloon is run out of optimization technologies that enable them to save costs and time for their customers while remaining a successful business model.

Their next challenge? Controlling the end-to-end process including shipping. What an exciting time for them!

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Ferrari doesn’t want to get behind other players in the industry in the race (pun intended) to build greener supercars. The Cavallino Rampante has now turned hybrid with their new Ferrari SF90 Stradale getting an impressive 986HP and a top speed of 340km/h.

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