Crisp, a New York-based unified collaboration platform and enable data sharing across the entire supply chain, raised $35 million in Series B funding.
The round was led by 3L with participation from existing investors FirstMark Capital and Spring Capital. Includes generous support from a hand-selected group of investors, including Steve Papa, Scott Beattie, Kim Perell, James Brennan, Dermot Halpin, Jonah Goodhart, Noah Goodhart, Bill Wise, Mark Newhall, 9Yards Capital, Gaingels, Carsten Thoma, Mike Barry, Tapas Capital, Ridgeback Capital, and Blue Cloud.
With the latest round of support from its investors, Crisp will rapidly scale its platform and products to enable seamless collaboration and efficiencies across the supply chain.
Company: Crisp Inc.
Round: Series B
Funding Month: February 2022
Lead Investors: FirstMark Capital and Spring Capital
Additional Investors: Steve Papa, Scott Beattie, Kim Perell, James Brennan, Dermot Halpin, Jonah Goodhart, Noah Goodhart, Bill Wise, Mark Newhall, 9Yards Capital, Gaingels, Carsten Thoma, Mike Barry, Tapas Capital, Ridgeback Capital, and Blue Cloud
Company Website: https://www.gocrisp.com/
Software Category: open-data programmatic commerce platform
About the Company: Founded in 2016 by Are Traasdahl, Crisp is leading the consumer goods industry as it moves toward a programmatic model – creating end-to-end supply chain processes that are highly collaborative, agile, and resilient, where supply meets demand and everything from replenishment to distribution to marketing operates at speed and scale. The Crisp Platform supports information flows within and across companies in the food value chain, enabling players in the industry to focus on their specific tools and systems. Crisp connects and analyzes retail data across the supply chain, empowering brands, distributors, and retailers with real-time, actionable insights to keep shelves stocked, reduce waste, and skyrocket profitability.