PARIS — Italian ground-segment-as-a-service startup Leaf Space’s latest funding round of 5 million euros ($6.1 million) gives it all the cash it needs to complete its global network of 12 ground stations around the world by the end of 2020, Chief Executive Jonata Puglia said.
Milan-based Leaf has now raised 10 million euros. The latest round included a 2-million-euro investment from Primo Space, a new space-directed venture fund owned by Primoglio SGR. The remaining 3 million euros was . . .
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