Wynd raises $82 million for its store management service

French startup Wynd raised another $82 million (€72 million) from Natixis, Sofina and BNF capital. The company started with a point-of-sale solution for restaurants and other brick-and-mortar stores. It now provides a one-stop-shop for all your digital needs when it comes to managing your offline and online sales. The startup has raised $127 million in total (€112 million) from today’s new investors as well as Sodexo, Orange and Alven. Wynd provides a software-as-a-service platform for…

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Wynd raises $82 million for its store management service

French startup Wynd raised another $82 million (€72 million) from Natixis, Sofina and BNF capital. The company started with a point-of-sale solution for restaurants and other brick-and-mortar stores. It now provides a one-stop-shop for all your digital needs when it comes to managing your offline and online sales. The startup has raised $127 million in total (€112 million) from today’s new investors as well as Sodexo, Orange and Alven. Wynd provides a software-as-a-service platform for…

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Japanese early stage incubator Digital Garage teams up with Blockstream to develop blockchain-based financial services in Japan (Jon Russell/TechCrunch)

Jon Russell / TechCrunch:Japanese early stage incubator Digital Garage teams up with Blockstream to develop blockchain-based financial services in Japan  —  The global crypto market may have tanked last year, but notable names have joined forces to develop Bitcoin and blockchain financial services in Japan …

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Starbucks expands its delivery service to 6 more U.S. cities, starting with San Francisco

Starbucks on Monday announced an expansion of its delivery service in partnership with Uber Eats, which is now headed to six other major U.S. cities, starting with San Francisco this week. It will then roll out to Boston, Chicago, L.A., New York and Washington D.C., and is on track to reach one-quarter of U.S. company-operated stores in the weeks ahead, the company says. Starbucks Delivers, as the service is called, first began as a pilot…

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Starbucks expands its delivery service to 6 more U.S. cities, starting with San Francisco

Starbucks on Monday announced an expansion of its delivery service in partnership with Uber Eats, which is now headed to six other major U.S. cities, starting with San Francisco this week. It will then roll out to Boston, Chicago, L.A., New York and Washington D.C., and is on track to reach one-quarter of U.S. company-operated stores in the weeks ahead, the company says. Starbucks Delivers, as the service is called, first began as a pilot…

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