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|Founder||Thibaud Elziere, Quentin Nickmans|
Since its creation, eFounders has built 6 independent startups.
As an early and hands-on investor:
- Textmaster: a Belgium startup that offers on-demand content translation, copywriting and proofreading.
- Mention: a media monitoring tool competing against Google Alerts.
- Front: a San Francisco-based startup that provides a shared email box to businesses.
- Aircall: a cloud-based virtual phone system.
- Slite: a note taking app for teams.
In June 2015, eFounders raised $6 million from private investor Oleg Tscheltzoff. In December 2016, eFounders raised an additional $5.3 million (€5 million) from entrepreneurs and family offices.
- Venture builders
- Li, Charmaine (April 2, 2015). "Sizing up the startup studio model: A look at eFounders, a company that builds companies". Cite journal requires
- Perez, Sarah (April 18, 2012). "Cloud Emailer Mailjet Hits 1 Billion Emails Sent, Launches Apps For Tracking Emails In Real Time". TechCrunch.com.
- O'Hear, Steve (June 25, 2015). "Translation And Copywriting Platform TextMaster Scores $5M In New Funding". TechCrunch.com.
- Dillet, Romain (December 18, 2013). "Mention Becomes A Full-Fledged Media Monitoring Tool With Buffer Integration". TechCrunch.com.
- Sullivan, Mark (September 30, 2014). "Team email startup Front raises $3.1M for 'multi-player version of Gmail'". VentureBeat.
- Dillet, Romain (June 2, 2015). "Aircall Is The Easiest Way To Create And Manage Your Phone Customer Service". TechCrunch.com.
- Lynley, Matthew (February 2, 2018). "Slite looks to build a new smarter notes tool for internal teams". TechCrunch.
- Dillet, Romain (June 23, 2015). "Startup Studio eFounders Grabs $6 Million To Build 6 New SaaS Startups". TechCrunch.com.
- Dillet, Romain (June 15, 2016). "Spendesk makes expenses and company cards suck less". TechCrunch.com.
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