Whisbi, a conversational sales platform aimed at large companies, has sold part of its equity in a €5m financing round. The firm has been backed by new investors such as the German fund Cipio Partners.
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It is a company that has developed a conversational sales platform aimed at large companiesand which plays a crucial role in the conversational market, being the leader in sales business.
The aim of Whisbi is to dominate the conversational sales market for large companies worldwide.
To achieve this, its programme enables the capture, qualification and conversion of leads for companies wishing to increase their sales.
He works in various sectors, including telecommunications, automotive, travel, insurance and banking.
In addition, it has industry-specific knowledge, workflow customisation and artificial intelligence-based services.
With offices around the world, it has clients in more than 20 countries, which it has helped to increase their online sales conversion rate tenfold and double their cross-selling.
It is worth mentioning that the founding team has lost control of the company, but remains in charge of a team of 70 people in Barcelona and 30 more in Madrid, Brazil and the United States.
Precisely to improve its platform, Whisbi has recently captured 5M€ in a financing round in which it has sold part of its equity stakes to new investors such as Cipio Partners.
The German fund thus joins other investors in the firm such as Active & BDMI.
This is the third sale of shares by the Catalan company.
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