Catchys, an e-commerce platform and search engine for second-hand vintage designer accessories, received investment from several business angels, including Philipp Kreibohm (Home24), Björn Kolbmüller (Flaconi), Philipp Frenkel (Mister Spex), Florian Huber (United Domains), Oliver Roskopf, Martin Rost (Zalando Lounge), Stefano Langenbacher (Home24) sowie Sebastian Pollok und Lea-Sophie Cramer (beide Amorelie) as well as Astutia Ventures. The company is based in Munich and was founded by Yzcine Coco, Franzi Majer, Magdalena Oehl, and Frederik Lipfert.
Wellnuss Premium Snacks raised an undisclosed six-figure sum from an unnamed family office, the company reported November 24th. “We have been profitable since year 2, and it’s been fascinating to see how our well-defined product portfolio is gaining market share”, founder Achim Stephan remarked.
Wellnuss is based in Hamburg and was founded in 2010. The company offers premium health snacks for corporate customers, small businesses, conferences, and meetings.
Movago GmbH announced that it has received €7 million in its series A round of funding led by new investor DN Capital on November 23, 2015. The transaction included participation from existing investors, HV Holtzbrinck Ventures Adviser GmbH, Piton Capital LLP, and business angels. As part of the transaction, Nenad Marovac of DN Capital has joined the company’s board of directors.
Movago GmbH offers relocation services. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Berlin, Germany. The company annouced it will use this new capital to continue to invest in its technology and to further support the mover business processes. Movago was founded by Carsten Bild and Maximilian Lanig.
DN Capital was founded June 2000 and now has operations in London, Berlin and Silicon Valley with € 239 million under management. The company is a global early stage and growth capital investor in software, mobile applications, digital media, marketplace and e-commerce companies.