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Book'n'Bloom Raises $11.5 in Series A Funding - Meet the CEO & Co-founder (19/4) Startup Grind

Our next speaker is literally on fire! Danish-born entrepreneur Claus Gotthard just closed $11.5 million in Series A funding from a London VC for Book'n'Bloom. This is huge news for the Thessaloniki-based startup that has a master plan to expand in Greece, after successfully establishing their operations in UK, Spain and Colombia.


Claus will be officially announcing this new round of funding in Startup Grind Athens, book the last early-bird tickets to meet the fearless founder who is investing in Greece while most of his Greek counterparts are exporting their business abroad! 


In case you haven't heard, we are coming to Europe! Our first ever conference on this side of the Atlantic is coming to London on 15th June for a full day packed with A-list speakers. Join 700+ founders, VCs and entrepreneurs or apply for the Startup Program and get facilitated exposure to our network of 200 investors.!


Last but not least, make sure you don't miss the video of the full talk from Upstream CEO & Co-founder, Marco Veremis in our last event. 

Upcoming Event
Tuesday, April 19
Claus Rosenberg Gotthard
(Book'n'Bloom)
Claus Rosenberg Gotthard is a Danish serial-entrepreneur who has build companies since his late teenage years. His latest venture - Book'n'Bloom - is a business management tool that allow small businesses or freelancers to manage their business from their Facebook page and Mobile. Book'n'Bloom is already available in 3 languages (English, Spanish & Greek), has a team of 21 people (16 of which are based in Thessaloniki) and they have an active sales force in Athens, Madrid & Bogota (Colombia) and this year they are planning to expand to min. 5 new markets.
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