LetsBuild, a Belgium and Denmark-based construction management software that helps to connect field and office announced that it raised €6.3 million in funding.
The round was led by Fortino Capital, with the participation of KAYA, Matexi, and Solar.
The company wants to rededicate resources to its existing services and bring new products to the market.
LetsBuild says it is ready to commit to the future of its existing products. “We’re increasing the size of our focused product teams for each app, led by expert product managers. That investment doesn’t just go into developing new features, it includes dedicated resources working every day on small bugs and tweaks.”
According to the company, every day, more than 10,000 construction professionals across Europe use LetsBuild tools to bring clarity to the complexity of construction.
LetsBuild employs 70+ people from 16+ countries, including Copenhagen, Brussels, London, and Poland.
Company: LetsBuild Holding SA
Funding Month: November 2022
Lead Investors: Fortino Capital
Additional Investors: KAYA, Matexi, and Solar
Company Website: https://www.letsbuild.com/
Software Category: Construction Management Software
About the Company: LetsBuild was formed by the merger of APROPLAN and GenieBelt at the start of 2019, with a shared mission to bring clarity to the complexities of construction. LetsBuild is a construction management software that helps to connect fields and offices. LetsBuild delivers real-time visibility and access to all the critical information you need. The company creates tools that assist teams in planning and tracking the project on and off-site, ultimately turning it into a digital, trackable, and shared process. LetsBuild was on a mission to change the old pen-and-paper ways of the construction industry. LetsBuild is working to bring modern technologies to construction in a no-nonsense, simple, and easy-to-use way. LetsBuild has dual headquarters in Copenhagen and Brussels and offices in London, Paris, Lodz, Dubai, and Berlin.