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2018

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Incubator/Accelerator - II | Alive

Total Raised

$19.27M

About Cobee

Cobee develops an online platform that automates and simplifies employee benefits management by allowing by employees to choose between meals, transportation, childcare, training and medical insurance.

Cobee Headquarters Location

Príncipe de Vergara 128 Escalera Derecha Entreplanta

Madrid, 28002,

Spain

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  • Nursery

    A never-ending catalogue of childcare options for your employees. Formality free.

    Differentiation

    Employees get maximum control. They decided how and when they’re going to use their plan. With no need for choosing in advance. 

    Benefits tailored to each employee and not the other way around. 

    Complete autonomy with the use of just an app and 

    a VISa card. 

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Expert Collections containing Cobee

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

Cobee is included in 5 Expert Collections, including HR Tech.

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HR Tech

4,016 items

HR tech startups are helping companies manage critical pain points in HR processes such as recruitment, automation, career development, compensation, and benefits management, through a mix of software and services.

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Robotic Process Automation

322 items

RPA refers to the software-enabled automation of data-intensive tasks that are low-skill but highly sensitive operationally, including data entry, transaction processing, and compliance.

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Insurtech

2,604 items

Companies and startups that use of technology to improve core and ancillary insurance operations. Companies in this collection are creating new product architectures, improving underwriting models, accelerating claims and creating a better customer experience

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Digital Health

13,114 items

Technologies, platforms, and systems that engage consumers for lifestyle, wellness, or health-related purposes; capture, store, or transmit health data; and/or support life science and clinical operations. (DiME, DTA, HealthXL, & NODE.Health)

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Fintech

4,862 items

Track and capture company information and workflow.

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Spain : Top 20 Most Promising Startups in 2022

May 30, 2022

Spain : Top 20 Most Promising Startups in 2022 Share Spain is known for its beautiful landscape and friendly people, but the country also has a strong startup ecosystem that helps make a lot of top startups . It was found that startup funding in the country sped up in 2021, with much better results than in previous years. This growth is, of course, good for the startups in Spain. Let’s Talk about the Top 20 Most Promising Startups in Spain in 2022. CodeOp HQ: Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain Founder: Katrina Walker CodeOp is a Spanish technology company that works in the education field. It is a tech school that gives classes to people who aren’t as standard in the tech industry. The company wants to teach and train women, transgender, and nonbinary people in tech so they can learn new skills, get a pay raise, feel more confident, and do many other things. They offer a wide variety of courses, from product management to data science. Different approaches are proposed at different times and for different amounts of time. Katrina Walker gave CodeOp money in 2018, and the company now has between 11 and 50 employees. The main office is in Barcelona, which is in Catalonia, Spain. In two funding rounds, one in 2019 and the other in 2021, they have raised a total of €1.6 million. 2. Hetikus HQ: Madrid, Spain Founder: Javier Garaeta Hetikus is a new company that makes legal technology. It is based in Spain. The company helps its customers by giving them control over their governance, risk management, and compliance. Hetikus wants to help their clients be more productive by providing them tools to keep track of tasks and make it easier to work from home. They also make it easy for customers to keep their records in order. They say that their service saves 80% of the time needed for governance processes and reduces the risk of fines by 90%. In addition, it lets customers be responsible and follow the rules. In 2018, Javier Garaeta began the business. It has between 1 and 10 employees right now, and its main office is in Madrid, Spain. Hetikus has raised $396,7K in funding through two funding rounds. 3. X1 Wind Founders: Alex Raventos, Carlos Casenovas The Spanish company X1 Wind was started in 2017 and is now based in Barcelona. The company makes money by designing and building floating platforms that can be used to get energy from the wind in places where the water is too deep to do so normally. This helps make the climate of the world better as a whole. Since it was started, the company has gone through two rounds of start-up funding, with two investors interested in the project. These investors have given the company a total of €4.1 Million to help it grow and develop. 4. Pibisi HQ: Madrid, Spain Founder: Alejandro D. Caneda Pibisi is a Spanish company just getting started in the software, legal technology, and financial technology industries. They offer automated KYC, or “know your customer,” services to companies required to do so. In addition, they offer analytics for both people and how they act and documentation for APIs that developers can use. Pibisi has different plans with different prices so that other customers can use its services. Since the company’s start, they have raised a total of $167,600 in three funding rounds. Alejandro D. Caneda is the CEO and founder of the company, which was started in 2018. The main office is in Madrid, Spain, and between 1 and 10 people work there. 5. Emérita Legal Size: 1-10 Founders: Antonio Padín, Yéssica Vázquez Sámpayo Another Spanish tech start-up is called Emérita Legal. It works in many fields, such as artificial intelligence, software, data analytics, and legal technology. They do something for lawyers and people who need legal help. With their BigData analytics tool and artificial intelligence, they can get information about lawyers, judges, parties, and parts of the law. This helps legal professionals make decisions based on facts and objective data instead of their own opinions. Antonio Padn and Yéssica Vázquez Sámpayo started the business in 2017. The headquarters of Emérita Legal are in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain. The company has between one and ten employees. They have raised a total of €521,100 through two funding rounds. 6. MainRail HQ: Pamplona, Navarra, Spain Founder: Jorge Rodríguez Julián MainRail is a Spanish start-up that helps customers manage and improve how they take care of their infrastructure. They use IT-based solutions to do their work and combine that with their more than 25 years of railway knowledge and experience. MainRailMT is the IT platform they use to manage maintenance operations. It can be changed to fit their needs. Jorge Rodrguez Julián started the company in 2019, and it now has between 1 and 10 employees. Its headquarters are in Pamplona, Navarra, Spain. MainRail raised an impressive €1.1 million in just one funding round, which took place in July 2021. 7. SMEBOOK HQ: Madrid, Spain Founder: Basilio Fernández SMEBOOK is a new company in Spain that works with information technology. Customers can connect with their employees and share information through the company, which solves the problem of knowledge that isn’t organized or easy to find. Tech companies that want to share resources or information with their employees intelligently use SMEBOOK. SMEBOOK has an algorithm that can match people based on their needs and interests and suggest partnerships. Basilio Fernández started the business in 2019, and in one funding round, he was able to get €80,000. The headquarters of the business intelligence company is in Madrid, which is the capital of Spain. 8. Multiverse Computing HQ: Donostia-san Sebastián, Pais Vasco, Spain Size: 1-10 Founders: Alfonso Rubio Manzanares, Enrique Lizaso Olmos, Román Orús, Samuel Mugel Multiverse Computing is a new technology company that was started in Spain. They work more specifically with software for the finance industry, such as quantum computing. Multiverse Computing says it can help businesses do better with their finances by using algorithms to solve problems in the finance industry. The software development kit stays within the institution, so no critical data leaves. There are a lot of different parts to the company’s services, such as finding tax fraud and trading irregularities. Alfonso Rubio Manzanares, Enrique Lizaso Olmos, Román Ors, and Samuel Mugel are the four people who started Multiverse Computing in 2019. Since then, it has raised €24 million in four funding rounds. The company has between 1 and 10 employees and is based in Donostia-San Sebastián, Pais Vasco, Spain. HQ: Sevilla, Andalucia, Spain Founders: Pedro Díez, Ramon Villasante Student Success is a Spanish tech start-up that works in the education technology industry to help students. The idea behind the start-up was to help teachers and directors work more efficiently by giving schools digital information about how students behave. It’s a simple way to keep track of progress and gather all the information in one place. With Student Success, teachers can also tailor their lessons to meet the needs of their students. Pedro Dez and Ramon Villasante started the Spanish company in 2021. The headquarters are in Sevilla, Andalucia, Spain, and about 11 to 50 people are working there. Since their first of three funding rounds in 2020, Student Success has raised an impressive €350K. 10. PlayVisit HQ: Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain Spain’s PlayVisit is a new technology company. The company works in the travel, tourism, and education industries. Its primary service provides walking adventure games for its customers while travelling. These games are made by guides who know the area well. PlayVisit is a software as a service platform that changes how we travel and explore by using location-based technologies and games. For example, self-guided tours use augmented reality to make a trip through a city more like a game. It was started by Marc Duch and Pau Yanez in 2019, and it is a technology company. Since then, they’ve raised €20,000 in one round of funding. The company is based in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, and has between one and ten employees. 11. Pam Learning HQ: Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain Founders: Sergio Escosa Pam Learning is a Spanish company that is also in the tech business. Since they are an eLearning platform, it works more specifically in education technology. The company’s goal is to help students do their best on tests. They do this by getting college students to prepare and helping them do so by giving them access to valuable videos and exercises. A tool called “Find Your University” lets students choose the right school from a list of options. Sergio Escosa started the company in 2021. Its headquarters are in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, and it has between one and ten employees. So far, the business has been able to get €242,000 in one round of funding in May 2021. 12. Nominis Founders: Rodrigo Servert Nominis is a tech company from Spain that is on the rise. The company helps kids learn by making stories that they can interact with. The digital classroom lets kids learn whenever and wherever they want. As long as they have a tablet or computer with them, they can log on and start learning at any time of the day. The platform has characters that kids will like and make learning more fun. It also helps kids learn essential language skills, like how to write, speak, use grammar, and much more. The main office of Nominis is in the city of Barcelona in Spain. The company is run by a small team of people, who number between one and ten. Rodrigo Servert started the company in 2020. So far, €180K in funding has been raised in just one round, which took place in December 2021. 13. Moonoa HQ: Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain Founders: Pablo Szefner Moonoa is the next Spanish start-up business on the list. It is a company that has made an app to help people get better sleep. Moonoa works in the health and fitness industry and has an online platform for its customers. The company says that 95 per cent of people notice a change in how well they sleep. This is because they use a general approach to learn as much as possible about each person and set goals that are right for them. The app helps people get into better habits and routines and lets them talk to sleep coaches. Pablo Szefner started the company in 2021, and the number of employees has grown to between eleven and fifty. Its main office is in Barcelona, which is in Catalonia, Spain. Pablo was also able to get a lot of funding in just one round. Eight investors put in a total of €1.5M, which is a lot of money. 14. Cobee HQ: Madrid, Spain Founders: Borja Aranguren Herrera, Daniel Olea Martin, Nacho Travesi Cobee is a Spanish tech company that makes software and works in the finance market. Its goal is to help employees get the most out of the benefits offered by their company. The online platform was made to make it easier to get to these benefits and understand them. It does this by making it easier to manage employee benefits and automating the process. Cobee also says that it saves money for both employees and companies because it cuts down on the number of outside suppliers. Borja Aranguren Herrera, Daniel Olea Martin, and Nacho Travesi started the company in 2018. Since then, they have raised $19.2M in five funding rounds, a tremendous amount of money. Still, the company has kept a small team, with between eleven and fifty people working for it. Its headquarters are in Madrid. 15. GuruCall Founders: Felix Ruiz Hernandez, Jose Manuel Peral Cortés GuruCall is a Spanish company that started in 2020 and is now based in Madrid. The company runs a knowledge platform where world leaders can share their experiences and knowledge with people on the forum. Since the company was started, it has been able to get the money it needs to move to the next level. Through three rounds of funding, five investors have given the company $2 Million. 16. Quantic Brain HQ: Madrid, Spain Founders: Enrique Cantero Quantic Brain is a Spanish start-up that started in 2020 and is now based in Madrid. The company makes money by advising on private equity and private banking technology. Since the business was started, it has already gotten some money to help it get started. In just one round of funding, six investors were interested in the company and put together 133,000 Euros. 17. DoGood People Founders: Ignacio Barriendos Hoppichler DoGood People is a Spanish start-up started in 2019 and is now based in Madrid, Spain’s capital city. The company runs a SaaS platform that helps companies involve their employees more in sustainability efforts. This is done by keeping an eye on the effects of ESG. Since the business was started, it has gone through three funding rounds to get it off the ground. The company has raised $1.1 million through these rounds to help it get to the next level and grow its operations. 18. Last Headquarters: Barcelona, Spain Founders: Eric Nikolic, Iván Nikolic Last, is a Spanish start-up that started in 2019 and is now based in Barcelona. The company makes restaurant software that makes their work more accessible and efficient. This lets restaurants save time and focus on giving their customers better service. Since Last was started a few years ago, it has gone through two rounds of funding, which has caught the attention of two investors. Together, these investors have helped the company get 2.5 million euros in start-up funding. 19. Opground Headquarters: Barcelona, Spain Marcel Baro is the founder. Opground is a Spanish company that started in 2019 and is now based in Barcelona. The company has made a platform with an AI-powered system that allows interviews to be done virtually and helps businesses find the talent they need to do well. Since it was started, Opground has only had one round of funding, which three investors backed. Together, these investors have given the business 500,000 Euros to help it grow and improve. 20. MiResi HQ: Madrid, Spain Founder: Pablo Saez MiResi is a Spanish start-up company started in 2019 and is now based in Madrid. The company runs a website that helps people find the best nursing home for themselves or their loved ones by letting them compare offers from different providers. Since the business was started, it has only had one round of funding, which took place in December 2021 and raised 500,000 Euros. This money will help the platform get better and grow. Share this:

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  • When was Cobee founded?

    Cobee was founded in 2018.

  • Where is Cobee's headquarters?

    Cobee's headquarters is located at Príncipe de Vergara 128, Madrid.

  • What is Cobee's latest funding round?

    Cobee's latest funding round is Incubator/Accelerator - II.

  • How much did Cobee raise?

    Cobee raised a total of $19.27M.

  • Who are the investors of Cobee?

    Investors of Cobee include ScaleUp Spain, Lanai Partners, Encomenda Smart Capital, Speedinvest, Target Global and 7 more.

  • Who are Cobee's competitors?

    Competitors of Cobee include Flash and 5 more.

  • What products does Cobee offer?

    Cobee's products include Nursery and 4 more.

  • Who are Cobee's customers?

    Customers of Cobee include Glovo, WPP Iberia and AVIS.

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