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Zoofy has raised growth capital for its expansion into Germany

Zoofy, an Amsterdam-based platform connecting professional handymen with consumers and businesses, has raised growth capital from a private investor for its expansion into Germany. The company expects to launch its German platform in the second quarter of this year.

Zoofy was founded in 2015 and has over 35 employees. Its network of handymen in the Netherlands encompasses more than 6,000 professionals, including plumbers, electricians, carpenters, painters, gardeners, general handymen and appliance repairmen. In addition to offering services directly through its own platform, Zoofy also has partnerships with Dutch hardware stores and webshops such as Bol.com, Hornbach, Gamma, Praxis and Karwei.

The new private investor has extensive experience as an entrepreneur in Germany and will join a shareholder base that includes leading venture capitalists Axivate Capital and Momentum Capital.

Oaklins’ team in the Netherlands acted as fundraising advisor to Zoofy and its shareholders.

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“We are extremely excited to welcome a new shareholder with a large network and extensive experience in the German property market. The investment will allow us to accelerate our expansion into Germany and provide us with the opportunity to further fine tune our technologies and add more features.”

Arthur de Leeuw

Founder, Zoofy

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 Adse  de Kock

Adse de Kock

Partner

Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oaklins Netherlands
 Stijn  van Lint

Stijn van Lint

Associate

Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oaklins Netherlands

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