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BOOK A TIGER raises $5 million to grow its home cleaning platform

BOOK A TIGER raises $5 million to grow its home cleaning platform

01 Dec 2014

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BOOK A TIGER, a leading home cleaning platform in Germany and the DACH region, has raised $5 million in a series A financing round led by DN Capital. Target Ventures, an investor in Delivery Hero, also joined as a new investor. Notably, Avala Capital and all existing investors are also participating in the round. This round comes only 6 months after BOOK A TIGER’s seed round and will focus on building on the Company’s strategy of sustainable growth and achieving market leadership in Germany.


The new investment confirms the belief in the strategy of sustainable growth, that co-founders Nikita Fahrenholz and Claude Ritter are following with BOOK A TIGER, leveraging their experience from building up Delivery Hero, an international food ordering network now valued at over $1 billion.


“We are very happy to have DN Capital, Target Ventures and our existing investors on board. Having strong financial partners enables us to expand our service more rapidly and provides us with a good foundation and network for future growth”, says Nikita Fahrenholz, CEO of BOOK A TIGER. “This financing round is an important milestone on our way to establish BOOK A TIGER as the leading German platform for home cleaning.”



“Book a Tiger is a great example of what DN looks for in a Company: a fantastic team, gaining serious traction in a big fragmented market which is ripe for disruption. We are very proud to have seeded this company and continue to support it by leading its Series A as it expands globally.” Nenad Marovac, Managing Partner at DN Capital.


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