Belgian tech will take centre stage next week at our Tech.eu Summit in Brussels on 17 May. Adding more sheen to the Belgian tech landscape this week is Ghent-based HR tech platform TechWolf, which has raised €10 million in funding.
The extra cash will be used by the startup to execute its go-to-market strategy, ramp up international expansion and boost R&D of the product.
Founded in 2018 by Andreas De Neve, Jeroen Van Hautte and Mikaël Wornoo, TechWolf addresses the challenge for large enterprises: a lack of insight into the skills across their workforce, which leads to poor talent management and limited ability to execute on business transformations. Using AI-driven skills intelligence, the startup claims to deliver an instant, up-to-date and unbiased view of skills across the workforce.
Andreas De Neve, CEO and co-founder, TechWolf said: “We want to put people in a position to develop and do the most with their talent. By supplying employees and leadership teams with real-time skill insights, TechWolf facilitates career development and internal mobility. It elevates the HR function from day-to-day operations to a more proactive and strategic role in the business.”
Mikaël Wornoo, COO and co-founder, TechWolf added: “This switch from highly manual, labour-intensive processes means organisations can swiftly obtain skills data, enabling them to future-proof the skillset of their employees.”
“The world of work is shifting rapidly and skills have become the unit of work in forward-looking organisations. TechWolf team has built a platform that empowers enterprises to better leverage skills in their organisation,” concluded Cleo Sham, partner, Stride.VC.
Sham will also be joining us on stage next week.
Tickets are available here.