Finnish forestry platform CollectiveCrunch secures €1.4M for international expansion

Espoo-based AI-based forestry platform CollectiveCrunch has secured €1.4 million in fresh funding to fuel international expansion. The company’s existing investor Nidoco AB led the round, reports.

  • Founded in 2016 by Christof Danzl, Jarkko Lipponen, and Rolf Schmitz, CollectiveCrunch develops an AI-powered Linda platform. It enables sustainable forestry by utilizing datasets on climate, geo, and customer process and providing up-to-date data on forests and carbon stocks.
CollectiveCrunch secures €1.4M
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“We’re thrilled that our investors trust our team and technology amid these challenging economic times. With a business strategy designed for efficient growth – and an expanded solution portfolio that features core products adapted to serve a variety of needs – we’re uniquely positioned to support the digital transformation of the forestry industry,”

Rolf Schmitz, CollectiveCrunch co-founder, comments.
  • Nidoco AB led the investment round as an existing investor. It is a Swedish investment company whose strategy is to create long-term value through active ownership of public and private companies. The firm is currently a leading shareholder of 4 listed companies.
  • Back in 2021, it supported CollectiveCrunch’s €2.3 million seed round. Nidoco’s other portfolio companies include Estonian cleantech Skeleton Technologies and Finnish elder care startup Gubbe.
  • CollectiveCrunch will use the fresh capital to fuel international expansion and sink its roots into the forest carbon market.