Polish HR tech Staffly raises additional funding from Freya Capital
Warsaw-based HR tech startup Staffly has raised an additional round of financing from the US-based VC fund Freya Capital. The amount of the deal is undisclosed. However, after the round, Staffly valuation has reached €3 million (PLN 13 million), My Company Polska repors.
- Founded in 2020 by Filip Sobel, Staffly uses proprietary psychometric tests and machine learning technology to determine key personality traits of candidates for job positions. The startup aims to solve the most common problem for modern companies — a high turnover rate.
- In 2023, Staffly startup achieved fourfold growth, expanding its customer portfolio with recognized brands of corporate clients, such as T-Mobile, PKP Intercity, Credit Agricole, InPost, Refinery Gdańsk, Greenpeace, and many others.
“We strongly believe in Staffly’s innovative team, with whom we are in constant contact, discussing many elements of the business and supporting the startup in everyday challenges. We are excited about the company’s growth rate, which is why we decided to make another investment in the startup. The company is growing in strength and occupies an increasingly significant position on the innovative HR tech market,”Michał Lewandowski, Managing Partner of Freya Capital, comments.
- This is a follow-up investment in Staffly made by Freya Capital. In July, 2022, the fund participated in Staffly’s €415,000 financing round along with ProtosNext, a Polish investment company, who also joined in this round. Another Polish fund, Czysta3.vc, also participated in the deal as an exiting investor.
- Although the exact amount of the current deal remains undisclosed, Staffly’s valuation has reached €3 million (PLN 13 million) after the round.
- Staffly plans to use the funds for product development in alternative sales channels and adapting its tests for users abroad.