Luxembourg — Business regulatory requirements Hotshot Mobile Security Solution For Business, Announces Partnership With Government of Luxembourg and Acceptance Into Technoport Business Incubation Program. The Technoport partnership will enable Hotshot to benefit from many incentives, subsidies and beneficial tax treatment for its – click to read more.
Frankfurt am Main, Germany – Yesterday’s successful start to the China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai, Messe Frankfurt’s booth at this inaugural fair generated a captivating buzz among participants. With the eyes of global trade focusing on the high-profile show, which – click to read more.
Johannesburg, South Africa — Yoco, the South African-based Point of Sale payments provider, has raised a Series B round of US$16M led by Partech, a Venture Capital firm based in Silicon Valley, Europe and Africa, with participation from Orange Digital – click to read more.
Singapore – Terra has successfully closed its seed funding round with an initial USD $32M raised to kickstart its vision of creating the next generation of digital money. In a rare event, the capital investment arms of four of the six – click to read more.
Stockholm, Sweden – During FundedByMe’s extraordinary shareholding meeting on August 22nd, Ingmar Rentzhog was voted in to join the FundedByMe board. Ingmar’s prior experiences from Laika Consulting AB and the finance industry, as well as from his latest venture WeDon’tHaveTime, that – click to read more.
Paychex, Inc. is a recognized leader in the payroll and human resource industry serving over a half million businesses nationwide. An American provider of payroll, human resource, and benefits outsourcing services for small- to medium-sized businesses. Headquarters in Rochester, New – click to read more.
Headliners for Open Future Festival include Amber Heard, actress and activist; Mustafa Suleyman, co-founder of Google DeepMind; Larry Summers, former US treasury secretary; Joshua Wong, secretary-general of Demosisto; Nick Clegg, former UK deputy prime minister. The Economist announced the first – click to read more.