Today in Germany: Blinkist, POSpulse, LifeTime

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Blinkist announces €4 million investment

Berlin-based Blinkist offers short key messages of books. That way, the startup promises, readers can get the insights and learning of an entire book within 15 minutes. Now, the US-based VC Greycroft Partners, IBB, and E.ventures invested €4million in the startup, that sees its main market in the United States.
[Gründerszene] (German)

POSpulse raises seven-digit figure

Berlin-based POS (Point of Sale) analytics startup POSpulse announces a Series A round. The seven-digit amount came from Medien Union GmbH, Drillisch AG as well as business angels. The investment will be used to grow business in Germany, Austria and Switzerland before expanding to other international markets. Also, the company works on its own marketing research and analytics technique.
[Gründerszene] (German)

Seedround for LifeTime

Hamburg-based LifeTime offers an app that lets user save their personal health data on their phones. That includes diagnoses, radiographs or medical lists. Now, HTGF, Innovationsstarter Fonds Hamburg as well as a group of doctors, business men and lawyers invested a seven-digit figure.
[Gründerszene] (German)

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