Proptech Evernest raises 13 million euros

The money comes from Spanish VCs, among others, to help with expansion on the Iberian Peninsula.

In a Series A financing round, Evernest successfully raised 13 million euros. The money comes from investors Prudence, Kibo Ventures, Bonsai Partners and existing investors Project A and APIC.

"The new capital will enable us to expand our technology platform while quickly entering new markets in Germany and across Europe," said Christian Evers, CEO of Evernest. The startup was founded in 2019 and employs more than 100 people in Hamburg and Berlin. The platform is designed to help brokers, real estate buyers and sellers complete transactions in real estate deals and make this process more efficient.

Evers is pleased to receive funding from international and experienced investors. Spanish investors Kibo Ventures and Bonsai Partners will particularly drive expansion into Spain. Investor Gavin Meyers, founder and managing director of Prudence, also sees great potential in Evernest to drive digital transformation in real estate in Europe.


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