Polish content management software developer Ergonode secures €1M

Marcin Grzymkowski, the creator of Polish fashion retailer eobuwie, has invested €1 million (5 million zloty) in Krakow-based Ergonode. The startup is developing software for easy content management in online stores, MamStartup informs.

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  • Ergonode was founded in 2018. Its product helps content teams to create, edit and distribute product content across all channels. The software is built on “drag-and-drop” technique, which is easy to master by employees with different levels of experience.
  • Marcin Grzymkowski is a founder of eobuwie, a fashion retailer that operates in Central and Eastern Europe. According to Crunchbase, it has raised a total of nearly €111 million in funding over one round, closed in July 2021.
  • Now Grzymkowski also owns over 30% of shares in Ergonode.

“To achieve efficiency in online sales, you must constantly optimize processes and invest in the best available tools. I believe that Ergonode can become one of the most perfect tools on the market in a short time,” Marcin Grzymkowski explains his decision.

  • The Ergonode team plans to spend the investments on expanding its customer base. Also, it wants to further develop the software’s capabilities and to integrate Business Intelligence and AI solutions into it.