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Slovenia’s SaleSqueze raises $1.5 mln in seed funding round

Jun 13, 2024, 12:54:37 PMArticle by Annie Tsoneva
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June 13 (SeeNews) - Slovenian startup SaleSqueze said it has raised $1.5 million (1.4 million euro) in a seed funding round to accelerate its market entry and enhance its product development.

Slovenia’s SaleSqueze raises $1.5 mln in seed funding round
Source: SaleSqueze

"This funding round is a big step towards making that happen as it enables us to make our platform self-service, automate onboarding, and support more businesses globally," it said in a press release on Wednesday.

The round was led by Romanian Underline Ventures and included participation from German Robin Capital, Romanian Fortech Investments, German Super-Angels, Romanian businesswoman Xenia Muntean, German investor Christoph Zoeller, and Swiss investor Bjorn W. Schafer.

SaleSqueze is building a Visual Configure, Price, Quote platform to automate sales of complex products, which simplifies sales for items like home and garden equipment, tiny and modular houses, recreational vehicles, special purpose vehicles, automotive, industrial components, medical devices, and machinery.

($ = 0.925 euro)

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