Laka CEO Taupitz wants insurtech to become 'global green mobility leader' after $12m Series A raise

Tobias Taupitz

Insurtech Laka has closed a Series A fund raise of $12m (£8.9m) led by US mobility investor Autotech Ventures as it seeks to become “the global green mobility leader” diversifying into areas such as e-bikes, e-cargo bikes and potentially electric cars.

Sustainable mobility and energy fund Ponooc and banking subsidiary ABN Amro Ventures also took part in the raise, alongside existing investors including Creandum, Local Globe, 1818 Ventures and

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