CallPage, a Polish startup with Ukrainian roots, has attracted €1 million in yet another round of investment from Polish venture fund bValue. The news was reported by Ukrainian tech blog AIN.UA last week.
The investment will be used primarily to develop services in Poland and Western Europe, says the fund in its press release.
With more than 1,100 customers around the globe, 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 behavior.
The startup was founded in 2015 by three Ukrainians — Ross Knap (CEO and co-founder), Andrew Tkachiv (CTO) and Sergey Butko (CMO) — in Krakow, Poland. As of today, the team consists of 32 people.
This past summer the startup secured $500,000 from bValue and a few individual investors under undisclosed terms.
At an earlier stage, the startup had raised a $50,000 round from Polish fund AIP Seed Capital as well as €30,000 in funding as participant in Estonian accelerator Startup Wise Guys.
Source: CallPage, bValue, AIN.UA.