- All-in-one sales platform GetAccept announced it has raised $20 million in Series B funding led by Bessemer Venture Partners.
All-in-one sales platform GetAccept announced it has raised $20 million in Series B funding led by Bessemer Venture Partners. Including this round of funding, GetAccept has raised $30 million.
Last year, the company raised $7 million in Series A funding led by DN Capital with participation from BootstrapLabs, Y Combinator, and a number of Spotify’s early investors.
Launched in 2015 by Swedish entrepreneurs and Y Combinator alumni Samir Smajic, Mathias Thulin, Jonas Blanck, and Carl Carell, GetAccept has expanded quickly from 30 to more than 100 employees over the last 18 months with offices across US and EU countries.
GetAccept has been on a mission to radically redefine the way companies run sales. And this latest round of funding will further the company’s role in taking Sales Enablement to the next level by offering a Deal Room Management platform that removes friction in the buying process. Plus it enables sales reps to close remote deals by being personal and engaging in a more online sales world.
“Bessemer Venture Partners is thrilled to back the ambitious GetAccept team and their vision to empower millions of SMBs to streamline and digitize their end-to-end sales processes. They have built a world-class product, prepared for business transactions that continue to shift permanently online at a rapid pace. We look forward to partnering with GetAccept on the journey ahead.”
— Alex Ferrara, Partner at Bessemer Venture Partners
“We believe in the power of relationships and want to bring personalized and engaging interactions back to the online sales process. We saw this digital sales shift and change in behavior back in 2015, which is why we founded GetAccept in the first place. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated and forced B2B buyers and sellers to go digital, which has placed digital sales models high up on the company agendas. We aim to be the online place where every B2B business happens, in a personal way.”
— Samir Smajic