LifePlanner to get NOK 5.2M in grants and equity.
LifePlanner, a Bergen, Norway-based company working on a mobile digital service, secured about NOK 5.2M ($600k) in capital funding.
The money is a combination of a 1 million grant via Innovasjon Norge and 4.2M ($500k) contributed in equity. The equity round puts a NOK 25.2 million company valuation.
LifePlanner, founded in 2018 by Lillian van Cuilenborg and Kathleen Meling, developed a digital dashboard and life vault to be shared with family and friends. The app is expected to be launched in 2021 and is currently under a pilot project with the local consulting company Norsk Familieøkonomi.
LifePlanner raised NOK 2.1 million in the summer of 2020.