HeyTeam, the SaaS platform for personalized employee support, has raised €5.1 million in capital and €5 million in non-dilutive funding. This funding round was led by 360 Capital Partners, Alliron, and Business Angels, including Axel and Hugo Manoukian (MoovOne), Jonathan Azoulay (Talent.io), Olivier Severyns (Snapshift), and Sabina Tommasi (Intel Corporation). HeyTeam was launched in 2017 by Nathaniel Philippe, and its platform provides large-scale support to companies to help new employees with personalized and engaging tools. The company currently supports more than 200 businesses, including SNCF, Naqaparo, Jellysmack, MAIF, Prisma, and Octo Technology, serving 50,000 users across 70 countries.
This funding will enable HeyTeam to strengthen its technology and double its workforce in the coming months to ensure growth throughout Europe. The company will focus on improving its platform to continue delivering a personalized and engaging employee experience, which has been key to its success so far. The platform is designed to help new employees integrate into their new companies and roles more quickly and smoothly, while also providing ongoing support to ensure their development and success.
HeyTeam's investors are excited about the company's potential to revolutionize the employee onboarding process and to help companies deliver a better overall employee experience. They see the platform as an innovative and disruptive solution that can help companies attract and retain top talent. HeyTeam's commitment to personalized and engaging tools has set it apart from other onboarding platforms, and its success so far suggests that this approach is resonating with its customers. The company's partnerships with major organizations like SNCF and MAIF further demonstrate the value that it brings to the market.
HeyTeam's recent funding round will help the company to continue delivering innovative and engaging solutions to help businesses onboard and support new employees more effectively. The company's personalized and playful approach to employee support has been a key factor in its success so far, and its investors are optimistic about its future potential to help companies attract and retain top talent.