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  • Here's an exclusive look at the pitch deck robot startup BotsAndUs used to raise $2.5 million

    UK-based robot startup BotsAndUs has raised £2 million ($2.5 million) from VC investors Kindred Capital and Capnamic Ventures.  The company secured its first institutional funding round during coronavirus amid an increase in demand and enquiries for its services.  "COVID-19 has pushed autonomous tech into spotlight and it's ready to be deployed in these dynamic areas and we can benefit from it," BotsAndUs CEO and cofounder Andrei Danescu told Business Insider in an interview. "People have...

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  • We got an exclusive look at the pitch deck Lithuanian delivery startup Ziticity used to raise $2.5 million during coronavirus

    Lithuanian delivery startup Ziticity has raised 2.2 million euros ($2.5 million) in a seed funding round. The startup specializes in last-mile deliveries and wants to help smaller, local retailers compete with the likes of Amazon. Laimonas Noreika, cofounder and CEO of Ziticity, said: "To have a fighting chance with global tech giants that are building monopolies in e-commerce and restaurant delivery space, we have been able to build a direct service for local merchants to compete...

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  • Here's an exclusive look at the pitch deck risk-modelling startup Elucidate used to raise $3 million from Silicon Valley investors

    Berlin-based regulatory tech startup Elucidate has raised 2.5 million euros ($3 million) in a seed funding round led by San Francisco's 11.2 Capital. The fraud-spotting startup works with large institutions to reduce the risk of financial crime.  It was also funded by Seed X and Apex Ventures, along with smaller strategic investors and St.Louis' SixThirty Ventures.  "Financial crime is now a fairly crowded vertical where you're trying to out-muscle established competitors in identifying risk,"...

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  • Here's an exclusive look at the pitch deck VR events startup Teooh used to raise $2 million from General Catalyst after growing more than 2000% during COVID-19

    London-based virtual reality events startup Teooh has raised an additional $2 million in venture funding after claiming strong growth through lockdown. Founded in 2018 by Don Stein and virtual reality game developer Jon Hibbins, Teooh now has hosted more than 6000 events on its platform where users create avatars of themselves. "It took 18 months to raise $2 million before COVID and it took us 3 months to raise $2 million after," Teooh cofounder and CEO Don Stein told Business Insider.  Visit...

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  • We got an exclusive look at the pitch deck BrightInsight used to raise $40 million by convincing investors that it can help Big Pharma go digital

    BrightInsight just raised $40 million for its tech-savvy tools that help drugmakers get their treatments and devices over the finish line. It collects information from patients during clinical trials and from other care venues, then helps the final product get approved and used by everyday people. Business has been booming since coronavirus underscored the need for digital health, CEO and cofounder Dr. Kal Patel told Business Insider. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more...

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  • We got an exclusive look at the pitch deck AI transport firm CitySwift used to raise $2 million in seed funding

    AI transport logistics firm CitySwift has raised more than $2 million in a funding round backed by Irelandia Investments and Ace Venture Capital.  The Irish firm's transport simulation software is already used by some of the UK's biggest transport firms to deal with COVID-19 restrictions.  The AI transportation market is projected to be worth more than $3 billion globally by 2023, according to PS Market Research.  We got an exclusive look at the pitch deck CitySwift used to bring investors on...

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  • Read the pitch deck that helped Divvy raise $30 million to provide alternate financing for prospective homebuyers

    Buying a home, particularly for Millennials, is a complicated and expensive process – at times it can be complicated and expensive enough to discourage potential buyers from even trying. Enter Divvy, one of the many Silicon Valley startups working to change the way people buy homes. The company is specifically interested in providing alternative financing options for prospective homebuyers who don't qualify for traditional mortgages. Divvy accomplishes this by purchasing homes outright and...

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