#92: Google and the European Commission; Saudi money in European tech; interviews with TravelPerk's Gidi Pridor and Readdle's Igor Zhadanov; and much more
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Here’s what we discussed this time.
The biggest deal of the week: Truphone, a UK-based eSIM mobile carrier that works with Apple, raised $71 million. The company is now valued at $507 million. We also tracked a number of eight-figure rounds in Spain, Sweden, Denmark, France, Germany, and the Netherlands. If you are interested in staying in the know about all the deals — check out Tech.eu Insider newsletter!
Google will soon start charging smartphone makers for Google Play Store in Europe
- Google app suite costs as much as $40 per phone under new EU Android deal
- Google to charge smartphone makers for Google Play in Europe
“Davos in the desert” and Saudi money in European tech
- Where Saudi Arabia is investing in tech
- Tech reckons with Saudi cash after journalist’s brutal murder
- Assessing Saudi Arabia's stake in Uber
- Term Sheet -- Thursday, June 2
- Where SoftBank has invested its $100 billion Vision Fund
- £70bn Saudi-backed Softbank fund in talks with UK's Oaknorth
- Business titans fight shy of Saudi’s trillion-dollar charm offensive
- The meaning of the Vision Fund
- Women Startup Challenge Europe in Paris, France; October 25
- NOAH London Conference; October 30–31
- Edinburgh’s Startup Summit; on October 31
- Web Summit in Lisbon; November 5–8
- Govtech Summit in Paris; November 12
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