Berlin recruitment tech startup MoBerries raises €1.8 million

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MoBerries has announced a €1.8 million funding round from 42CAP, High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF), LITTLEROCK, and several angel investors.

The Berlin-based recruitment SaaS startup will use the new funds to further develop its proprietary SaaS Recruitment Network, which uses AI ranking tech to accelerate the candidate selection and hiring process. The company, founded in 2015, will also invest in its international expansion plans.

“MoBerries' appeal is in their fast hiring, very attractive talent pool and the fact that they do not charge hiring fees, instead a monthly membership," said Chiara Sommer, senior investment manager at HTGF on the funding. MoBerries’ client base now comprises more than 500 companies including Lesara, Outfittery, and Jodel.

Angel investors that contributed to this funding round include Michael Brehm, Thomas Baum, Dr. Magnus Tessner, Tim Stracke, Paul Schwarzenholz, Björn Kolbmüller, Roman Kirsch, and Dr. Joachim Bernecker.

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