RoboCamp founder Wojciech Syrocki said: “With the funds obtained from Alfabeat, RoboCamp plans to expand its e-learning platform for mobile devices, create a simple graphic language for its e-learning platforml and implement new functionalities to personalise teaching, as well as expand to foreign markets – especially in Germany, France and Spain.
“We have partnered with Alfabeat because the fund is focused on expanding to foreign markets. We have had conversations with a dozen funds from Poland and abroad, but we wanted to find one that shared our ambitions and, at the same time, understood our product and business model well, and not only wanted to provide financing, but also substantial support.”
2018 was a strong year for Alfabeat. Together with WeWork, the fund invested in British startup Andiamo, which produces orthoses for children, as well as the Intiaro project, which has created an AR-based interior design app.
Marek Rybacki, managing partner at Alfabeat, said: “2018 was an exceptional success for Alfabeat. Our goal is to help RoboCamp develop into a strong global player.”