Last month CallPage, a Polish startup with Ukrainian roots, attracted $500,000 from Polish venture fund bValue and a few individual investors. The terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
CallPage helps commercial sites convert page views into inbound sales calls through immediate callback to the real phone numbers. Thus, the startup claims that its clients may “gain 75% more calls, conversion, leads and deals.”
What’s more, CallPage has developed a scoring system that it claims can predict consumers’ purchase decisions basing on their online behaviour.
The startup was created a year ago by three young Ukrainians — Ross Knap, Andrew Tkachiv and Sergey Butko — in Krakow, Poland. As of today, the team consists of 20 people.
As reported by Ukrainian tech blog AIN.UA, in July 2015 the startup secured a $50,000 round from Polish fund AIP Seed Capital, valuing the company at $340,000.
As a participant of Estonian accelerator Startup Wise Guys, CallPage later raised €30,000 in funding.
The latest capital injection will be used to attract English-speaking clients and for other business and marketing purposes.
Even though several Ukrainian companies are among its clients, CallPage is not planning to launch in Ukraine. The startup is expecting 85-90% of its audience to come from the UK and the USA by the end of the year.
Source: CallPage, AIN.UA, CrunchBase.