Local startup CatchJobs received an investment of $82 thousand

Local startup CatchJobs, which first appeared in 2018 when it was selected for the third term of the Workup Entrepreneurship Program, received an investment of $82 thousand at a valuation of $1 million in a round from friends & family.

This tour started in May last year, proceeded openly and was completed at the end of December. The investment was officially concluded by signing and general assembly.

Some Yemeksepeti employees are also seen in this tour, of which Burak Birand, a former Yemeksepeti employee, is among the founders. Entrepreneurs can sometimes receive investment through these friendships they establish in seed rounds.

Sercan Akkas, Emre Gercek, Cagri Makaroglu, Berk Kaymak, Robin Kestek, Seval Isik, Onur Ozdemir, Berfin And, Burcu Altiparmak and Engin YeniDunya, the founder of the London-based global angel investment network 21×21.

In the special statement given by Burak Birand, one of the founders, to egirisim about the investment;

“CatchJobs has become a UK-based startup with this investment, which was closed at the end of the year. The aim of CatchJobs, which took the Turkish company under a holding company in the UK, is to complete the next pre-seed investment round in a hybrid way and start operating in the UK at the end of the year. CatchJobs, which has been growing rapidly in the last four months, has more than 7 thousand service industry users and is growing rapidly. They will use this investment round to increase the number of users and improve the products they offer to businesses. At CatchJobs, which has a different business model than its competitors, posting an ad is free, and tracking incoming applications is done with credit. Businesses can purchase loan packages, track applications with these loans, or open the profiles of member employees within CatchJobs.”

Source: Egirisim / Prepared by Irem Yildiz

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