This week, we have been flooded with news about start-ups with a common point: their sector. Deep dive on the french PropTech. (all links in French except the last one)
Kaliz, specialized in rental management, raises €20M.
Koliving, a real estate rental platform, raises €4M.
Stonal, SaaS real estate management platform for real estate companies, raises €20M and recruits Robin Rivaton, former investor, sector specialist and founder of RealEstech, as MD.
Monga, a real estate management platform, surprisingly got the honors of the Echos’ Start newsletter with the arrival of Yehochoua Guedj as CTO.
Bricks is now raising €20M in crowdfunding, but apparently got the regulations wrong…
🤨 I started to grasp the PropTech sector in 2017, when I was in traditional real estate development. I prefer startups that allow us to do things we weren’t doing before. For example, iQSpot
, which allows you to control energy consumption of buildings
🧐 But we have to admit that the raises are mostly about players who promise to disrupt and therefore replace traditional players. It remains to be seen whether these promises will be kept.
🌊 The announcement of Robin Rivaton’s arrival at Stonal is a reflection of a deeper trend
of investors becoming directors at startups. Managers
to the rescue of visionaries