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The $2.5m investment round was led by Elevator Ventures
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London tech company raises $2.5m to grow international presence

A London tech company has announced that it has raised $2.5m to focus on growth and international presence.

Pisano closed its $2.5m investment round, led by CEE fintech investor Elevator Ventures (EV), which is the venture capital arm of Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI).

With this new investment and the partnership, the company is aiming to focus on growth and to deepen its presence in the Central and Eastern Europe Market.

Ozkan Demir, co-founder and CEO at Pisano, commented: “Our collaboration with EV started with RBI’s fintech partnership program Elevator Lab, where we shared our solutions from a start-up perspective.

“The relationship developed from a successful PoC with RBI to a growth investment.

“[We] will continue to invest in talent, technology and leadership across the organization to bring even more value to employees, customers and investors.”

Thomas Muchar, managing director at Elevator Ventures, said: “We see superior customer experience as one of the key success factors in banking.

“Besides Pisano’s powerful platform also the suitability for financial institutions and adjunct services convinced us to invest.”

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