The funds will be used to build on COMATCH’s presence in German-speaking countries before continuing its plans for further internationalisation.
According to co-founder Christoph Hardt, the company is aiming to be the “biggest European platform for independent management consultants”.
“We want COMATCH to be first in mind with companies seeking management consulting services and with every consultant who leaves a renowned consulting firm. We are pleased that Acton and our existing investors share this vision,” he said.
The company launched in March of last year. It currently employs 15 people in its Berlin office and has registered 850 business consultants on its network.
“For companies it is often difficult to find highly qualified management consultants for varied projects in a quick and easy manner. COMATCH has proven to be able to solve this problem efficiently for its clients, both medium-sized companies and major corporations,” said Sebastian Wossagk, managing partner at Acton Capital Partners.
“As a result COMATCH has also established itself as an attractive channel for independent consultants for acquiring new clients and projects. We are looking forward to further supporting the team on the course pursued so far.”