99chairs, a Berlin, Germany-based interior design tech startup, raised a high six digit euro funding round.
Backers included High-Tech Gründerfonds, Astutia, business angels Mark Hartmann, Ulrich & Simon Krüger, Wilfried Lembert and Frank Anger-Lindemann.
The company intends to use the funds to expand the current service offering and to further develop the product for their interior designers and end consumers.
Founded in May 2014 by Julian Riedelsheimer and Frank Stegert, 99chairs operates an interior design platform that allows individuals to identify individual style, get personal advice and eventually receive a design concept from designers tailored to their unique needs. Subsequently, the preferred pieces from the concept can be ordered directly via 99chairs.
The startup works in cooperation with some of leading furniture merchants in the premium sector such as “Minimum Einrichten” or “Gärtner Internationale Möbel” as well as with players in the online industry such as Home24, Fashion For Home, Urbanara and Juniqe.
It has a total portfolio of more than 400,000 products across all merchants.