+++ Tier Mobility +++ Lilium +++ Flix +++ Apo.com +++ Synera +++

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+++ #StartupTicker +++ Tier gets its e-mopeds off the road +++ Air taxi manufacturer Lilium gets another 119 million +++ Flix finally wants to break even +++ Apo.com is aiming for 260 million sales + ++ Elise is now called Synera +++

what’s new In our #StartupTicker we deliver a compact overview of the most important startup news of the day (Friday November 25th).

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Tier Mobility
+++ “In February 2020, the e-scooter provider Tier Mobility took over the e-mopeds from Coup, and now the company is putting its foot on the brakes again: MOViNC has found out exclusively that Tier will let the e-mopeds disappear from the streets at the end of the year .” More at MOVINC

Lily
+++ “The Bavarian air taxi manufacturer Lilium says it has raised 119 million dollars in fresh capital from old and new investors. The money will be used to finance further development of the electronic aircraft.” More at ntv.de

Flix
+++ “Flixbus Group finally wants to break even – and become part of the 49-euro ticket. The strong growth of the mobility provider Flix is ​​slowly having a positive impact on the balance sheet. But investors are concerned about investing in their own buses and trains.” More at the Handelsblatt

Apo.com
+++ “Apodiscounter has been competing against the mega pharmacies as Apo.com Group for a year now and expects sales of EUR 260 million (+30%) this year. Next year, the focus should no longer just be on apodiscounters.” More at Exciting Commerce

Synera
+++ The Bremen startup Elise is now called Synera. Spark Capital, BMW i Ventures, Cherry Ventures, UVC Partners and Venture Stars recently invested 14.5 million euros in the company. Founded in Bremerhaven in 2018, Synera aims to help companies automate the product development process. More about Synera

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Investments
+++ Temedica collects 25 million +++ Circus collects millions +++ Let’s Flow receives millions +++ Helvetia Venture Fund invests in Urban Connect. More in the deal monitor

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