Veertly, Europe’s flexible platform for virtual & hybrid events and digital collaboration, takes off internationally following a seed financing round.
Veertly, the European digital company that has developed a flexible all-in-one platform for hybrid and online events and digital collaboration for corporates, has received a seed funding of 1.9 million Euros (2 million Swiss Francs) after successfully bootstrapping the start-up for one and a half years.
Veertly digitizes events from 20 up to 10’000 attendees and sets new standards for virtual live interactions. With the flexibility of integrating innovative collaboration tools, Veertly enables events to run efficiently and effectively: Conferences, business workshops, team events, exhibitions or even sales events can thus be carried out in a hybrid or completely virtual way. And all is hosted on servers in the EU. This all-in-one platform strategy is unique in the market.
The young company's customers already include well-known brands such as the unicorn Personio, the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) and the Impact Hub – a worldwide network of creative co-workers. The association of German SMEs, BVWM, as well as renowned universities from all over the world, such as ETH Zurich, also work with Veertly. Numerous event agencies prefer Veertly because of its customizable design and the possibility to individually integrate further applications. Among others, major events such as the Mercedes Benz Social Media Night or the Mautic World Conference were already held on the Veertly platform.
The recently concluded financing round is now to be used primarily to accelerate growth by investing in the areas of sales and marketing as well as in the further development of Veertly's product innovations. Investors include venture capital fund coparion, which specialises in technology-driven start-ups; Ronald Straessler, co-founder of Avaloq, a leading Swiss software and financial services company; and business angels Hartmut Carl, CEO of Carl Group, an expert in event and trade fair technology, Stephan Thalmann, Sebastian Amme and Peter Kessel.