eFounders unveils its next batch of enterprise SaaS startups – ClearTips
Since 2011, European startup studio eFounders has launched 27 companies, trying to improve the way we work, focusing on software-as-a-service companies. Some of them have been quite successful, such as Front and Aircel.
And the company is working on its next batch of startups. “We are particularly inspired by the new wave of productivity tools, which are ever more collaborative and flexible,” eFounders Co-founder Thibod Elziar said in a statement
In exchange for financial and human resources, eFounders holds a significant stake in its startup. Ideally, startups pick up a seed round and take off on their own after a year or two.
Here is what is coming from eFounders.
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