QUOTE AND NEWS
Clusterstock  Apr 21  Comment 
LONDON — The founder of fintech business Currencycloud is stepping down from the board to focus on his new startup. Nigel Verdon founded international money transfer business Currencycloud in 2008 and served as chairman up until two years ago....
TechCrunch  Apr 20  Comment 
 ZappRX, the app that aims to make it easier to manage specialty drug prescriptions, has pulled in $25 million in Series B funding led by Qiming US, the Chinese venture outfit’s stateside health care fund. GV (formerly Google Ventures) and...
TechCrunch  Apr 4  Comment 
 Cohesity, a company that helps enterprises to store and manage all of the secondary data they create outside of their production apps, today announced that it has raised over $90 million in a Series C round led by GV (aka Google Ventures) and...
TechCrunch  Mar 31  Comment 
 GV has had a few ups and downs in Europe since first setting up its stall here in London in 2014. Fast-forward to today, however, and GV is still here and appears to be gearing up to be more visible and active in the future. Read More
TechCrunch  Mar 30  Comment 
 The startup bug has hit the world of biotechnology, and the latest victim is a business that is building a “super glue,” coincidentally, for bug-combating vaccines. SpyBiotech — a startup spun out of Oxford University that has developed a...
TechCrunch  Mar 27  Comment 
 Daniel Burka is a design partner at GV. In this episode of High Resolution, he discusses how designers can elevate their position in a boardroom, why he thinks design is the equivalent of the scientific method for businesses and the Google...
SeekingAlpha  Mar 15  Comment 
TechCrunch  Mar 14  Comment 
 It seems Bill Maris’s venture fund might actually be more than vaporware. Maris, founder of Google Ventures, now called GV, is raising money again for a new healthcare, biotech and tech-focused venture capital fund, according to sources...
TechCrunch  Mar 9  Comment 
 Another fintech startup has raised a growth round to tap into the estimated $25 trillion dollar market for money transfers. London-based Currencycloud, which builds tools for payment companies to use by way of an API to enable remittances and...
TechCrunch  Mar 8  Comment 
 Remittances — the business of money transfers — is a fragmented and huge market, currently estimated to be worth some $25 trillion annually. Now, one of the more interesting startups in the field — which combines “alternative”...





 




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