Helsinki’s Maki.vc joins $5.1M round for Norwegian startup Databutton
- The startup develops a low-code platform to help users build and launch AI apps in minutes, using either Databutton’s own datasets, or by connecting to a growing catalogue of sources, models, and integrations.
- According to the company, it has already achieved 5,200 registered users, who built nearly 6,400 web apps since January 2023.
“We’re excited to have secured this funding, which will allow us to bring Databutton to market and revolutionise the way businesses create and share AI apps. Our AI-assisted product will empower anyone with domain knowledge and ideas to unleash their inner superheroes, enabling them to build amazing productivity tools in record time,”Trygve Karper, Databutton CEO and co-founder, comments.
- Helsinki-based venture capital firm Maki.vc participated in the $5.1 million funding round along with Skyfall Ventures, an early stage investment firm based in Oslo, Norway.
Maki.vc is a seed-stage firm dedicated to partnering with founders who never conform to category standards. From inception to series A and beyond, the firm partners with deep tech and brand driven companies obsessed in challenging category norms. The firm was established in 2018 by Ilkka Kivimaki and Pirkka Palomaki.