Polish proptech Fliko secures €225k from Czysta3.VC

Warsaw-based real estate management platform Fliko has secured around €225,000 (PLN 1 million) in a financing round led by Czysta3.VC. The funds will allow to build AI tools to easily report real estate defects, My Company Polska reports.

  • Founded in 2020 by Ksawery Dzitko and Grzegorz Kuzlak, Fliko develops a real estate management solution. Currently, the platform enables both documentation management, communication with the manager, or booking common areas in the building (laundry room, fitness room, etc). But the developers want to expand the product offering.
Fliko secures €225k
Gzregorz Kuzlak and Ksawery Dzitko
Image: Fliko
  • The startup has several clients, including developers, property management companies, housing associations, as well as companies dealing with the institutional rental of apartments. So far, Fliko is available to customers of selected properties offered by Marvipol, a company listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

“Fliko is part of our fund’s investment strategy. First of all, it is an extensive application that solves a specific business problem on the real estate market. It develops further integration with other proptech and IoT tools, and it also scales well outside of Poland. We were also convinced to invest because of the team of experienced and committed developers who come from the real estate and IT industry,”

Szymon Janiak, CEO of the Czysta3.VC fund, comments.
  • Czysta3.VC is the main backer of the startup. It is a venture capital fund founded in 2017 and located in Ślęza, Poland. The firm has a capitalization of around €11.2 million (PLN 50 million) and focuses on early stage technology companies, especially martech.
  • The fresh capital allows Fliko to build AI and ML solutions on top of its platform to make it easier for end users to report defects in real estate.