Dealroom, based in Amsterdam, has raised €6 million for its startup data and market intelligence platform

Dealroom, based in Amsterdam, has raised €6 million in a Series A round of funding. Dealroom is a global source of data and insight on startups and innovation ecosystems.

Beringea, a transatlantic venture capital firm, led the round, with Knight Venture Capital and Shoe Investments joining.

“Our interest in Dealroom was first sparked by our love for the product. As the European tech ecosystem increases in size and complexity, investors, innovators, and policymakers need smart data and insights, which is what we found on Dealroom,”

Maria Wagner, investment director at Beringea. 

“Having connected with Yoram (Dealroom’s founder), we were able to get to know the business remotely during the pandemic and lead this fundraising round. We’re looking forward to working alongside this exceptional team to reach their goals,”

Maria Wagner, investment director at Beringea. 

Dealroom, founded in 2013 by Yoram Wijngaarde, is a data and software platform that provides governments, VCs, and individuals with global intelligence about businesses, innovation, and venture capital investment. It includes publishing reports based on research and statistics on startups, investment, fundraising, mergers and acquisitions, and socioeconomic impact.

Dealroom will use the funds raised in this round to expand its global rollout, invest in data, and further its aim of becoming the single source of truth for innovation ecosystems in the entrepreneurial age.

“We’re only at the very beginning of our journey towards creating a blueprint of the digital & innovation economy. We’re currently integrating with more company registers globally while also adding new layers of data including patents, university spinouts, people data and increasing the use of artificial intelligence to turn data into insights.”

Yoram Wijngaarde
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