Today in Germany: Homebell, Saralon, Splash

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Homebell raises from Index and Rocket

Berlin-based craftsmen platform Homebell announces a new funding round. While the amount is undisclosed, the investors are named: Rocket Internet’s Global Founders Capital and Index Venture joined for this round. The investment will be used to improve the technology behind the product.
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Saralon also raised a round

Saralon, which offers printed electronics for packages, also announces an investment. It decided to keep the size of it to itself. However, the money comes from Technologiegründerfonds Sachsen (TGFS). The idea started at the Technical University of Chemnitz in 2012. According to the start-up, the six people team made over €30,000 in revenue last year.
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Splash wins at SXSW Accelerator competition

Berlin-based 360 degree video app Splash just recently started its app. It lets you stitch together 360 degree photos or videos with your iPhone. In Austin, Texas, where South By Southwest (SXSW) is currently taking place, it won the festival’s accelerator competition. Overall, 47 international startups were competing with them.
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