TravelPerk is a Spanish startup based in Barcelona, created just three years ago and specialising in corporate travel, which has just broken a milestone by raising almost €120M between April 2018 and July 2019.
The problem was obvious: there was a need to create specific solutions for companies in terms of their travel, since according to Global Business Travel Association, represents a market of €222.550M in Europe alone. Until Avi Meir, Javier Suárez and Ron Levin came along and co-founded TravelPerk in 2015.
Currently, the company serves more than 1,000 clients, from large technology companies such as Uberto government agencies, not to mention local start-ups such as Typeform. Its main market is Western European countries, and it has 240 employees, although it expects to end the year with 430 employees and even expects to reach 580 employees during 2020.
The firm has just lift 53M€The following are the signatories to the KinnevikYuri Milner, Tom Stafford, Felix Capital, Global Target, Local Globe, y Sunstone Capitalall international investors who also took part in another round of the company that took place last October. In fact, this latest round is the third capital increase in just 15 months, and the company itself sees it as a continuation of what was announced last autumn. With it, they will be able to accelerate their expansion and invest in solutions for customers who are in the middle of their journey.
In addition, this investment in TravelPerk is the second largest investment in Barcelona start-ups so far this year, only surpassed by the €150 million investment of Glovo. The goal is clear: it wants to lead the global business travel industry.
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