Today in Germany: Movinga, Lillydoo, TestObject

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Movinga raises Series C round

The Berlin-based moving platform Movinga made headlines this summer, due to an intense burn-rate: The founders left the company amid unsubstantiated allegations of impropriety, and laid off a quarter of its staff. On Thursday, Movinga announced a €17 million Series C round. The investment came from existing investors: Rocket Internet’s Global Founders Capital, Earlybird Venture Capital and STS Ventures. New investors are Carlo Koelzer, the founder of 360t, and Gert Purkert, founder and CEO of Aurelius.
[TechCrunch]

Lillydoo raises several million Series A round

Lillydoo, a diaper subscription startup, raised a seven-digit amount in its Seed round back in 2015. On Thursday, the startup closed a Series A round. Just to name some of the investors: Florian Heinemann, from Project A ventures, Amorelie founders Lea-Sophie Cramer and Sebastian Pollok, as well as Fraconi’s Bjoern Korbmueller and Paul Schwarzenholz, eWings founder Thilo Hardt and eDarling founders Lukas Brosseder and David Khalil – and the list goes on! The company plans to use the new cash to expand to Switzerland and develop new products.
[Gründerszene] (German)

Sauce Labs acquires TestObject

The San Francisco-based startup Sauce Labs bought up TestObject, a startup that helps test mobile apps on Android and iOS, Thursday. TestObject will reportedly be integrated into Sauce Labs own desktop and operating systems testing software. Financial details remained undisclosed.
[Gründerszene] (German)

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