HomeFundingBarcelona-based deals startup Groupalia receives $26 million in funding

Barcelona-based deals startup Groupalia receives $26 million in funding

The Barcelona-based daily deals startup Groupalia has just scored $26 million in another round of financing, to help even more users find the best deals and save a bit of cash in their purchases.

The fresh capital was raised from existing investors like Caixa Capital Risc, General Atlantic, Insight Venture Partners, Index Ventures, Nauta Capital and others. This recent investment brings the total capital raised by the Spanish startup to about $63 million.

Groupalia was founded in 2009 and offers daily deals in the form of discount coupons, for the best things to do, eat, see and buy in the cities where it is present. The Barcelona-based startup already operates its platforms in Italy, Argentina, Brazil, Spain, Colombia, Chile, Peru and Mexico.

According to Groupalia, the daily deal website currently has over 10 million users and is present in 150 cities. The startup, which was founded by Lucas Carné and José Manuel Villanueva, already employs over 600 people.

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Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of EU-Startups.com and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).

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