Bravium receives funding of R$ 100 million and declares merger with Satellital and Atrus
The company intends to expand the offer of full commerce solutions to customers and increase its presence in other countries
THE Bravium announced this Tuesday (13/9) that it received a contribution of R$ 100 million from Bridge One and a merger with Satellite and with the atrus to accelerate its growth and expand operations to other markets. The group will keep the Bravium name.
The investment will be used to strengthen Bravium’s proprietary and integrated e-commerce, loyalty and marketplace platforms, accelerate internationalization and invest in full commerce solutions. Currently, the startup is present in eight Latin American countries, including Brazil. This year’s revenue should reach R$ 450 million. The desire is to quadruple this number by 2026 and start the IPO process.
A technology company that seeks to boost the online relationship between industries, distribution channels and customers, Bravium now relies on the expertise of integrated startups: Satelital works with loyalty programs and incentives, while Atrus specializes in full commerce solutions B2C and B2B. The idea is to expand commercial and channel strategies for the digital transformation of multiple industries and ecosystems.
“By bringing these fronts together in a single platform, we were able to deliver a truly strategic digital management, which is the greatest desire of our customers. Companies from different segments want to take advantage of the commercial and distribution structures built over decades to transform themselves into marketplaces and enable new ecosystems through technology”, highlights Adelmo Inamura, CEO of Bravium, in a press release.
Source: PEGN Magazine