Stockholm-based business-to-business commerce platform Briqpay has raised €2 million in seed funding. With flexibility and scalability paramount, Briqpay ensures that e-commerce, SaaS, and the digital components of brick-and-mortar retailers have a frictionless buying experience. To date, the firm has raised €2.6 million.
Founded in 2020 by Klarna veterans Mats Andersson, Sara Johansson, and Björn Widerström, the trio noted that there are a number of payment providers who all have a specific solution for a specific part of the chain, but not many offer an end-to-end experience. And a flexible one at that.
Briqpay was established precisely to fill this gap and offer a simple integration experience with a maximum amount of flexibility. Another way of thinking about Briqpay is that it acts as a centralised hub; one where all systems, payment methods, and other business functions/software packages meet.
This flexibility and interoperability is Briqpay's USP, giving merchants full control over the entire customer journey, no matter what tools or routing they choose to take. From account creation to post-sales analytics, Briqpay can accomodate.
The seed round was co-led by partners from eEquity, Mantle Advise, and previous investor 31 Atlantic. The round also saw participation from notable angel investors including Christian Leone (Luxor Capital), and Charlie Chanaratsopon (Boosted Commerce).