Polish fund SpeedUp Energy Innovation joins €1.5M round for Bringly, a Dutch startup

Amsterdam-based logtech startup Bringly has closed a €1.5 million seed round to further develop its optimization engine for courier companies. The Polish SpeedUp Energy Innovation fund is among the investors, MamStartup informs.

  • Bringly was founded by Anton Liulichev and Rajiv Laigsingh in 2019. It is a logtech company that provides a sustainable last-mile delivery service for omnichannel retailers and e-commerce. Bringly operates a network of bicycle couriers and electric vehicles, which makes the delivery process quicker locally and completely CO2-neutral.
  • The €1.5 million seed investment was led by Eyos Capital, a Dutch venture capital firm focused on investments in early tech companies. Polish fund SpeedUp Energy Innovation participated in the round, together with existing investors Shamrock Ventures and unnamed business angels.
  • The SpeedUp Energy Innovation fund belongs to the SpeedUp Group, a group of venture capital firms that invests in companies at the early stages of development. The group is interested in technologies like Machine Learning, Picture Recognition, and AI, providing tickets ranging from €50,000 to €4 million.

“We are deeply convinced that Bringly, thanks to its proprietary technology, has the potential to become a key part in the process of transforming the last mile logistics segment towards a more transparent and sustainable future,”

Bartłomiej Gola, GP of SpeedUp Energy Innovation, comments.
  • Bringly is currently available for e-commerce businesses in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany. The platform is already used by over 100 local, regional, and national services.