According to Rude Baguette, a French blog about startups (read here), Sush.io, a developer of a solution that aims to help individuals and small businesses track online expenditure, raised €250k (approximately $325k) in seed funding.
The round was led by Kima Ventures, with participatiion from Jacques-Antoine Granjon, Paris-based Accelerator 50 Partners, Jonathan Zisermann, GEM Angels and others.
Co-founded by Thomas Guillaumin and Fabien Charbit, Sush.io is developing a smart financial platform that aims to allow indiviiduals and businesses to collect and invoices, bills and documents on a single dashboard. It also offers automatic statistics and graphs to track budget and expenses.
Sush.io is a SeedCamp alumni.