Genial.ly announced closing in €4.4 million from JME Ventures, GP Bullhound and FJ Labs.

Spain Investments 04 February 2020
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Genial.ly, a Cordoba, Spain-based company developing software for presentations, announced the completion of a capital round totalling €4.4 million ($4.9M).

The money was provided by investors from Spain and international, including JME Ventures, GP Bullhound, Market One Capital, Athos Capital Fund, FJ Labs and angel investor Félix Ruiz.

Money will be used for growing the business.

Genial.ly, founded in 2015 by CEO Juan Rubio, developed a visual and interactive content creation tool predominantly used in the field of education, marketing and media. The tool has more than 3 million registered users and the company has a range of international paying customers including Michelín, Porsche, Banco Santander, AON, Santillana or Telefónica.