The Barcelona-based startup Housfy has recently closed a €6M round to improve their technology and to expand in Portugal and France before the end of the year.

Housfy is a proptech platform that allows house owners to sell their properties without commissions or further intermediaries. The company founded by Albert Bosch, Miquel A. Mora, and Carlos Blanco through Nuclio Venture Builder, is now being invested by DN Capital, Cathay Capital, Seaya and Torch Capital.

We recently interviewed Albert Bosch in our podcast, make sure to check it out to learn more about about how Housfy operates!

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Itnig invests in Syra Coffee ☕

This is the Newsletter shared on the 29th of July. If you wish to receive newsletter faster, you can subscribe here: https://itnig.net/newsletter

Dear tech entrepreneur,

Big news doesn’t come alone so take a deep breath. Here we go!

This week, in our podcast 100, we interview Yassir Raïs, founder of Syra Coffee, who is rapidly growing a successful business in the specialty coffee sector. We at Itnig deeply believe in his project and we have decided to invest in accelerating its growth!

On top of that, Syra and Itnig are working on what we call Coffice, an office space that offers coffee for everyone. We will open doors on August 5th (Pujades 100, Barcelona) so make sure to pass by to try our coffee!

Oh, and a couple more news to start off the week. Sifted explained how to do PR in a startup – tip, don’t hire an agency before Series A. And if you have a B2B model, you may be interested in learning how to build your Lead Generation Strategy.

– Itnig’s team

Podcast #100: From 1 to 100 cafeterias with Yassir Raïs from Syra Coffee

We got to the podcast 100 already, and to celebrate it we have invited Yassir Raïs, founder and CEO at Syra Coffee. At Itnig we believe in the potential of his project and we are investing from the Itnig Fund to support its growth.

His claim is to democratise coffee, good coffee. He believes that specialty coffee should not be expensive but it should remain of outstanding quality. His success in his fist shop in Gracia (Barcelona) has encouraged him to dream big and scale the business to become the leader in the sector.

We compared the business to Luckin Coffee (over 1.700 shops) and Starbucks. Check it out here!

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