Another Friday, another mergers and acquisitions round up. A few big names have splashed some cash this week, including Visa and Uber. Get up to speed with it all.
It’s been another busy week for the startup world, with a number of big acquisitions taking place. Get up to speed with our regular Friday round up.
Crowd Mobile, a global crowdsourced micro-job business, has raised $2 million in its latest funding round and acquired UK text and answer service Any Questions Answered.
It’s Friday, which means it’s time for our weekly mergers and acquisitions round up. Here’s what went on in startup land over the last few days:
It’s been another busy week for startups around the world. Let us get you up to speed on all the mergers and acquisitions:
At the moment Startups.co boasts a membership of 825,000 registered startups within its database – that’s actual active users. The team claims that a new startup is currently joining that database every 2.9 minutes. At that run rate, the platform would expect to see approximately 15,000 new startups join every month.
It’s been a busy week for growth across the global startup ecosystem this week with a variety of mergers and acquisition happening to take some technology companies to that next level.
It’s time for the mergers and acquisitions round up again, our new Friday feature where we will get you up to speed on all the wheelings and dealings in start up land.