Briq gets acquired by Swile to put employees first at scale.
Collective joins the eF20 batch.
Canyon joins the eF20 batch.
Crew joins our eF20 batch.
Kairn joins the eF20 batch.
Multis raises $2.2M seed round
Swan raises a whopping 5M€ seed round led by Creandum
Aircall raises $65M Series C led by DTCP & Adam Street Partners
Slite raises $11M Series A with Spark Capital.
Front raises $59M Series C with Sequoia and key SaaS players
Mailjet acquired by Mailgun
Spendesk raises $38M Series B with Index Ventures
Upflow raises $2.8M Seed Round
Multis joins Y Combinator's S19 batch
Yousign joins our EF19 batch.
eFounders announces the first 3 startups from its EF19 batch
eFounders announces 4 new startups in its EF18 batch
Mention acquired by MyNewsDesk
Aircall raises $29M Series B with Draper Esprit
Station raises $3.25M Seed Round with Accel
Slite raises $4.4M with Index Ventures.
TextMaster acquired by Technicis.
Station joins Y Combinator's W18 batch
Slite joins Y Combinator's W18 batch.
Spendesk raises $10M Series A with Index Ventures.
Front raises $66M Series B with Sequoia and DFJ.
Forest raises a $3 million seed round from Connect Ventures and Xavier Niel.
Briq becomes an independent eFounders project and joins the eF18 batch. Charlene Thouard, Jeremie Sicsic and Laurent Van Basselaere join as co-founders.
Station launches publicly its single interface for all your work applications.
Hivy is acquired by Managed By Q.
Forest publicly launches its universal back office.
Hivy is accepted at the Y-Combinator
Spendesk raises $2.2M with investors Kima Ventures and FundersClub.
Aircall raises another $8M with Balderton Capital, FundersClub et FJLabs.
Forest helps developers save a tremendous amount of time with an instant and customizable back office.
Spendesk rethinks company credit cards for CFOs and employees to eliminate administrative burden.
Hivy brings productivity to Office Management with its desktop and mobile apps that collect, organize and anticipate requests made in the office.
Front raises $10M with Social Capital.
Aircall raises $2.75M with Balderton Capital, FundersClub and business angels.
Aircall attends 500 startups accelerator program in San Francisco.
Mailjet raises another $11M to scale its unified marketing and transactional email service.
Textmaster raises €5M to go global.
eFounders raises $6M with Oleg Tscheltzoff to scale up the startup studio model.
Aircall raises $800k with Business Angels.
Pressking is acquired by ePressPack.
Briq is born as an internal virtual currency tool for the eFounders team to give each other kudos and show recognition.
Aircall is building the future of phone communications for businesses. It enables companies to buy numbers instantly in 40 countries, invite teammates, and make/receive calls immediately on any device.
Front raises $3.1M after being part of Y Combinator's Summer batch.
Mention gets its 250,000th user.
Textmaster raises a new round of €1M.
Mailjet raises €2.2M.
Front takes the pain out of shared inboxes and creates smart fluxes for all "contact@…" email adresses thanks to assignements, notifications, and all collaboration tools. Also works with SMS and Twitter.
Mention gets its 150,000th user.
Mention raises $800k in flash seed round.
PressKing – Witnessing the trouble companies face from press relations, Pressking was built to make pressrooms and press releases way easier, for both companies and journalists.
Mention is Google Alerts on steroids: it is a set of apps that monitors, in real time, anything on the web and social networks and provides organized, prioritized results.
Mailjet raises €2.5M.
Textmaster raises €1.6M.
Mailjet sends its 1 billionth email.
On the same day as the creation of eFounders, Textmaster is born: a marketplace coupled with an API where companies find quality translators and copywriters.
Thibaud Elzière and Quentin Nickmans develop a drastically new approach to building startups: they want to prevent failures by testing ideas and markets, finding the perfect co-founders and providing the needed resources. Here comes the "startup studio".
Mailjet is a cloud-emailing platform launched in February 2011. Thibaud Elzière and Quentin Nickmans participate in its foundation and start building the idea of a startup studio focused on SaaS business.