Nezasa, a Zurich, Switzerland-based travel technology company that offers a SaaS platform, secured $4.7 million in investment.
The funding round was supported by a group of renowned investors, including Alpana Ventures, Liquid Partners, Credit Suisse (CS), and Zürcher Kantonalbank (ZKB), among others.
The new funds will drive Nezasa’s global expansion, stimulate innovations in its product offerings, and accelerate the company’s path to profitable growth.
The company aims to leverage evolving opportunities in the travel technology industry and establish itself as a market leader for medium- to large-sized travel enterprises in the B2B SaaS space.
Nezasa offers a SaaS platform that enables the Connected Trip, automating the planning, booking, and management of multi-stage tour itineraries.
Regarding the funding round, Manuel Hilty, CEO and founder of Nezasa, stated: “Today’s successful completion of the funding round represents a significant milestone for Nezasa. We greatly appreciate the strong vote of confidence from our investors. Their support is a testament to our market leading product, strategy and our path to profitability. We are optimistic for the next phase of our journey as we continue to reshape the travel technology landscape.”
According to Nezasa, Some of the major players in the travel industry are already utilizing Nezasa's platform to deliver itineraries to their customers.
Company: NEZASA AG
Funding Month: July 2023
Lead Investors: Alpana Ventures, Liquid Partners, Credit Suisse (CS), and Zürcher Kantonalbank (ZKB)
Company Website: https://nezasa.com/
Software Category: Travel Planning Software
About the Company: Nezasa provides travel brands automated trip planning, fulfillment, personalization, and optimization. Nezasa’s travel booking solution empowers travel brands globally to combine all planning and booking into one seamless end-to-end experience. It allows travel brands to sell itineraries faster, more, efficiently and with much more flexibility. Nezasa was founded in 2012, with offices based in the Zurich, Lisbon and Santiago de Chile.