Getplace.io, an Amsterdam, Netherlands-based proptech B2B SaaS startup that helps businesses make strategic data-driven decisions about the location of their stores, announced that it raised pre-seed funding from Antler VC to roll out its first products in the UK market.
With the funding, Getplace.io is entering the UK market and expanding its product selection. “The UK was selected as our first market given its size and one of the founders being located there. We are already looking into expanding to other European markets”, says Chernobaev.
“For the past six years of my life, I was driving a fast-growing food-tech startup as a member of the leadership team. We opened more than 900 stores in 16 countries and gained a lot of experience in finding the best location for the new stores. Now, with Getplace.io, we want to empower these other small and medium sized businesses to make more strategic data-driven decisions that set them up for success right from the beginning”, explains Denis Chernobaev, Getplace.io Co-Founder and CEO.
To provide the most comprehensive data for its customers, Getplace.io combines different data sets including footfall, vehicle traffic, demographics, financial insights, competition level, and many others.
Company: Getplace B.V.
Funding Month: March 2023
Lead Investors: Antler VC
Company Website: https://getplace.io/
Software Category: Heatmap and Location
About the Company: Founded by Denis Chernobaev and Sergey Scherbak in 2023, Getplace.io provides small and medium-sized companies with the data needed to make accurate decisions for the location of their brick-and-mortar stores. Getplace.io combines different data sets, including footfall, vehicle traffic, demographics, financial insights, competition level, and many others, to provide the most comprehensive data for its customers. They already have two products on the market. The first one is focusing on comparing the opportunities between different locations the business is already considering, and the second is a heatmap of pedestrian traffic in the UK.