Keeeb, a Hamburg, Germany-based discovery and sharing engine for corporate enterprises, closed a $1M bridge financing.
The round was led by IBM’s former Vice President for Internet Technology Dr. John R. Patrick, who joined Keeeb’s Board of Directors, and was appointed Chairman of the Advisory Board.
The company, which plans to raise an A round in Spring 2016, intends to use the funds for expansion into the U.S. market with the opening of NYC office.
Led by founder and CEO Konrad Gulla, Keeeb provides a B2B SaaS engine that unifies the search, collection, curation, and sharing of corporate intelligence.
Clients include Microsoft, IBM, Deutsche Bahn and Deloitte.
Keeeb is a graduate of the German Accelerator, a quarterly program that brings German startups to the U.S. James Kollegger, the co-founder and CEO of German Accelerator New York and CEO of Genesys Partners, brought Keeeb into Genesys’ portfolio in 2015. He has been named Chairman of the Board of Directors of Keeeb, Inc.