Today in European Tech: Money flows into drone delivery-as-a-service, business travel platforms, digital restaurants and more –


Here’s what happened today in European Tech.


– Pegasus Acquisition Company Europe, a SPAC focused on the European financial services industry set up by LVMH founder Bernard Arnault and others, listed today on Euronext Amsterdam. At opening, the share price was set at €10/share; the SPAC raised approximately €500 million in the IPO.

– Signaling investors’ confidence in the recovery of business travel, Barcelona-based TravelPerk has raised $160 million in equity and debt funding in a Series D round. Led by Greyhound Capital, the round also saw participation from existing investors.

German fintech scale-up Vivid Money has raised a new $73 million Series B funding round led by Greenoaks with existing investor Ribbit Capital also participating, giving it a valuation of $436 million.

– Taster, the London-based company behind a series of digital restaurant brands, has raised $37 million in a Series B round led by Octopus Ventures. The financing also…

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