Polish logistics management startup Linker Cloud secures €3.5M seed funding
Linker Cloud, a Poland-based startup offering proprietary logistics processes management solutions, has secured €3.5 million (16 million zloty) during a seed funding round. It will develop a fulfillment network dedicated to European e-commerce companies, Tech.eu reports.
- Founded in 2017 by Daniel Kierdal and Wojciech Ciolko, Linker connects sales channels and operations. According to Crunchbase, Linker’s Cloud Fulfillment Platform allows shipping and automation of comprehensive operations to scale as fast as online sales.
- ff Venture Capital led the round via its outlet — ffVC Poland. It is a leading venture capital firm operating in Poland and the US.
- In addition to the lead investor, Street Smart Capital from Finland joined the round. Previous backers, Market One Capital and Kogito Ventures, participated in the round, too.
“We decided to provide a fulfillment network, thanks to which D2C stores and brands will be able to launch sales in new countries faster, without worrying about logistics and operational issues,” Daniel Kierdal says about Linker Cloud.
- The company will use the fresh funds to develop and launch its fulfillment network and enter the European market.