Google Venture Fund Invested $7M in AppBoxo
According to AppBoxo co-founder Kaniet Raev on his Facebook page, his platform for creating mini-apps within services has raised $7 million. The investors are RTP Global, SciFi VC and Gradient Ventures, Google's artificial intelligence-focused venture capital fund.
“This is an important milestone and we are thrilled that we were able to convince these high-profile investors to support our mission to accelerate the adoption of Super Apps around the world. This is a huge achievement that would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of our team,” said Kaniet Raev.
Using the Appboxo platform, companies can create mini-applications in their service, for example, add listening to music, ordering tickets, and more. The app can also be purchased through the Appboxo Showroom third-party developer marketplace.
According to TechCrunch, the startup plans to spend the money to enter international markets in Asia-Pacific, Europe and the United States.
Kaniet Raev also shared information about the launch of a new product - Shopboxo (www.shopboxo.io), which allows entrepreneurs, small and medium-sized businesses to easily start selling online and use the power of super-apps as an additional sales channel. The company announced a recruitment of employees, you can find vacancies on the company's website.
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