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Sleek's $14 Million Series A Round led by Jungle Ventures and White Star Capital

Sleek's $14 Million Series A Round led by Jungle Ventures and White Star Capital

The company will use the funding to power product, hiring, and expansion initiatives

Sleek has announced that it has raised $14 million in Series A funding. The funding round was led by Jungle Ventures and White Star Capital. The company has so far raised $24 million in total funding.

Founded in 2017 by French entrepreneurs Julien Labruyere and Adrien Barthel, Sleek helps incorporate and manage your company’s accounting and tax matters. With the latest in smart technology and a transparent pricing, Sleek's platform has grown to become the operating system that every business owner needs, including company secretary, bookkeeping, payroll, tax advisory and employment visa service.

“I believe we can be an excellent partner to Sleek and leverage our global footprint to help supercharge their growth into Europe and Australia,” said Eric Martineau-Fortin, Founder and Managing Partner at White Star Capital.

The new funding will be used by Sleek to strengthen its tech and product development, and expand its presence in existing and new markets.

While the company started its journey in Singapore, the company today has a presence in several countries. Sleek recently opened its Australian office last September with Anton Stanish, as the country head.

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