Juno Raises $4M in Funding

CEO Ally Fekaiki
CEO Ally Fekaiki

Juno, a London, UK-based provider of an employee benefits platform, raised $4M in funding.

The round was led by Hoxton Ventures with participation from angel investors including the CEOs of Learnerbly (Rajeeb Dey MBE), Captify (Adam Ludwin), OysterHR (Tony Jamous), Paddle (Christian Owens), Jungle Creations (Jamie Boulding), SuperAwesome  (Joshua Wohle) and Heights (Dan Murray-Serter). 

The company intends to use the funds to finalize the product, add additional services such as physical debit cards for purchasing benefits and a fully integrated marketplace, drive continued growth across global markets including the US and Europe.

Led by CEO Ally Fekaiki, Juno provides an employee benefits platform for employees to pick perks that reflect their lifestyle, needs and priorities. Popular providers include Barry’s Bootcamp, Headspace, Patch Plants and Mindful Chef, with over 5000 activities and services being exchanged for credits on the platform every month. 

Launched in 2019, the platform is already being used by over 160 companies across 40 countries, including Bolt, Oyster, Born Social and Paddle.