Danish analysis platform Dreamdata has completed a new investment round with support from several funds. The series A round raised $6.2m, equivalent to about DKK44m ($6.8m) at current exchange rates. The round was led by German venture capital firm Signals Venture Capital, which has acquired a stake of between 15% and 20%. Dreamdata is the only Danish company in the venture capital firm’s active portfolio.
Existing investors also participated in the round, including UK-based Inreach Ventures and Icelandic firm Crowberry Capital, which led Dreamdata’s $4.4m seed round in 2020, and Danish investor Preseed Ventures.
Founded in 2018 in Copenhagen, Dreamdata offers solutions for collecting and analysing data during the sales process for small and medium-sized B2B businesses. This includes data from the initial contact to the final agreement. The company aims to help businesses better understand and use their sales efforts, including digital marketing, by providing them with an overview of what works.
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