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Developer of the self-service platform for stores and restaurants Briskly raised $2 million to enter foreign markets

October 12, 2020, 09:36 (UTC+3)|

Moscow startup Briskly which develops the B-Pay contactless payment platform raised $2 million to finance its first project in Europe and strengthen its positions in Russia. Among the investors there are Maxim Poletaev (the stake is 13.29%), Gauss Ventures (moreover, Nikita Chesnokov from the fund joined the board of directors of Briskly), a British venture fund and another private investor.

According to  Gleb Kharitonov, co-founder of the project, Briskly will soon complete preparations for the launch of retail outlets in Croatia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. The company plans to develop a network of smart autonomous outlets in these countries together with regional partners.

In 2019, Briskly conducted two funding rounds for a total of $370,000 and doubled the valuation to $20 million.

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Gleb Kharitonov, CEO of

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