Today in Germany: Payever, Elumeo

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Payever get investment from HTGF

Being founded in December 2013, the payment toolbox for businesses lived from scholarships, grants and its own income. Different to the US-based Square, Payever not only offers a online shop solution, but also lets user pay via Facebook, email and transfers, on top of PayPal and credit card payment, which are the two ways Square offers. Now, HTGF (High-Tech Gründerfonds) invested in Payever. Though the amount remains undisclosed, the amount is probably €500 k, which is what HTGF usually invests.
[Gründerszene] (German)

Elumeo’s IPOs doesn’t perform as expected

The online jewelry shop Elumeo did not take off as well as hoped/expected. Its shares started at issue price of €25 and dropped slightly to €24.75. Upfront, things didn’t go as planned: Instead of the planned 2.54 million shares only 1.73 million were sold. In total that means only €43 million were raised instaed of €84 million.
[Update on Gründerszene] (German)

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