Fuzey raises $4.5 million to expand its management software for service-based enterprises

Fuzey, a London-based startup that offers a “digital one-stop shop” for small businesses and freelancers, has received $4.5 million in venture funding.

byFounders led the round, with Flash Ventures, Global Founders Capital, Ascension, and many angel investors, including Index Ventures’ venture partner Stephane Kurgan and Amplo VC founder and CEO Sheel Tyle, also participating.

Since Henrik Lysgaard Jensen and Alex Boyce launched the company in 2020, the company has raised a total of $5.2 million in investment. Sara Rywe, a byFounders investor, and Lorenzo Franzi, a Flash Ventures partner, have joined the company’s board of directors as part of the investment.

“Response time is important, and we even have response templates with predefined questions or comments so you can get back to customers quickly. We are big believers in the 20, 30, 40-time impact of this,” said Henrik Lysgaard Jensen, founder of the company.

Users can engage with their consumers via a range of channels, including texting and social media, and generate invoices for immediate payment and gain insight into lead creation. Fuzzy also provides document templates and one-click customer reviews to make writing a review more manageable.

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