Сzech-Slovak consulting startup Acreom receives €620k to expand to the US
12 December, 2022, 15:16
Slovak-founded provider of professional technical and management support services Acreom has received €620,000 for further software development. The round was co-led by Nation 1 and Expedite Ventures.
- Founded in 2021 by Adam Pavlisin, Martin Antos, Denis Laca, and Slavomir Glinsky, Acreom develops a dev-first knowledge base with task management, which enables developers and entire teams to organize work. Among its clients are Stripe, Google, Microsoft, DeepMind.
- Acreom launched a beta version in early November and a live product at the end of the month. The startup claims it has so far acquired thousands of developers. A public API should be available later this year. It will be open source and Acreom will offer customization options.
- The fresh round was co-led by one of the most active Czech VC fund Nation 1, according to AIN.Capital that has already launched acceleration program for Czech and Slovak startups. Another investor is a Berlin-based business angel group of CTOs and CPOs Expedite Ventures that supports tech founders hands-on with know-how and capital.
- Acreom will spend the investment for software development, and accelerate the market expansion, particularly into the United States.