Cologne-based digital training platform for manual workers how.fm has secured its first institutional funding of $2.8 million (nearly €2.45 million). The funding round was led by Kindred Capitaland Capnamic Ventures. Also, angel investors such as Rolf Schrömgens (founder of Trivago) and founders of Blinkist and Just Spices, and Philipp Moehring’s tiny.vc tool park on the funding round.
Eyes to strengthen its product
The German startup established in 2019 by serial entrepreneur Andreas Kwiatkowski and Farhoud Cheraghi operates with the mission to transform manual labour, powering and disseminating knowledge across enterprises with the help of its human process automation platform. This company will use the funding to expand its team in Germany and remotely and strengthen its product.