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PastBook raises $250,000, helps you capture your digital memories

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based PastBook has secured $250,000 in funding from Noro Venture Capital, Vidoze and a group of unnamed angel investors. The investment comes as the second portion of seed funding for the startup in the form of convertible notes. PastBook received the first tranche of seed financing as part...
PastBook raises $250,000, helps you capture your digital memories

Startupbootcamp's global pitch day tour hits Amsterdam just in time for TNW Conference Europe

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It’s all happening in Amsterdam this week. In addition to our conference on Thursday and Friday, and the Europioneers ceremony on Wednesday, others have scheduled events in the city too. European accelerator Startupbootcamp is currently on a world tour to meet startups and see them pitch. On Wednesday, it hits...
Startupbootcamp's global pitch day tour hits Amsterdam just in time for TNW Conference Europe

Uber officially launches in Amsterdam after a month-long testing period

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Private transport startup Uber has announced its official launch in Amsterdam, its third European city, after a month-long testing period. After Paris and London, Uber is bringing its private driver service to Amsterdam, recognizing the city’s “international and entrepreneurial character,” as the company states in its press release. While bicycles...
Uber officially launches in Amsterdam after a month-long testing period

Startups kick asana with nerd yoga

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Dave Sevenoaks is upside down. Around him a group of software developers and startup founders are poised precariously on their elbows with their legs extended vertically into the air, in an advanced yoga posture sometimes called Feathered Peacock. “I love doing hand stands and other inverted postures,” Sevenoaks says. “It makes...
Startups kick asana with nerd yoga

What happens when navigation giant TomTom enters the taxi-hailing app space? Oh wait, it just did

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TomTom, the major Dutch manufacturer of navigation systems and software, looks poised to make life difficult for a host of startups focused on making life easier for people in need of convenient ways to hail and pay for taxis in Europe. There is definitely a market for that kind of...
What happens when navigation giant TomTom enters the taxi-hailing app space? Oh wait, it just did
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