Atlantis Capital specialized funds and 101 startups begin the second funding round for BrainSINS, a startup which focuses on increasing eCommerce sales.
The company is led by Francisco Carrero (CEO), José Carlos Cortizo (CMO) and Borja Monsalve (COO) and the main goal of this funding round is to increase its international presence.
Atlantis Capital and 101 startups are now joining other investment funds and investors like Inveready or The Crown Angel, which invested around 400.000€ in the first funding round.
Atlantis Capital is an Investment Manager in micro venture capital which specializes in technology, whose chairman is Baldomero Falcones (former FFC Managing Director), who will now be part of the BrainSINS board. Atlantis Capital, which has invested in other startups, has Pablo Martín, Axel Serena (Alva House Capital) and Javier García, among others, as investors.
BrainSINS has currently a monthly turnover of around 30.000€ and posted break-even results in 2014 after increasing its revenue in 300% in one year, half of which already comes from the international market. Some of its reference customers are, among others, Toys’R’us or Birchbox.