Estonian Spring Capital co-led a €3M seed round for Danish fintech Uniify 

The Copenhagen-based startup Uniify which offers a one-stop platform for financial companies to collect data on their customers has raised €3 million in a seed round led by People Ventures, Forward VC, and Spring Capital. The funding will support its growth and expansion internationally. 

  • Founded by Niclas Adegnika, Troels Burmolle, and Martin Sando Jensen Uniify is a fintech company that helps financial companies to onboard their customers in an easy, fast, and secure way. The goal is to handle all necessary financial data sources in one unified solution that ensures users’ compliance when retrieving data and onboarding customers.

“Uniify’s vision is to disrupt the way financial SMEs in Europe onboard and screen their customers today and in the future. For SMEs customers, we make their work easier when, for example, they lease a new car or need to borrow money for a new house, as they don’t have to collect and search for information themselves,”

Niclas Adegnika, CEO at Uniify, says.
  • The fresh round was led by Tallinn-based seed fund Spring Capital which focuses on scalable technology-driven startups. The fund makes €75,000-200,000 investments in startups from the Nordics and the CEE region, which already have initial client and market traction.
  • Danish People Ventures focuses on emerging macroeconomic, socio-economic, and technological trends, and Dutch Forward, an industry-agnostic VC fund, was also a leading investor in this round. Other angel investors also participated.
  • The funding will help the startup welcome new team members and launch new product features. This will also pave the way for Uniify’s scaling plans.