Fintech startup LiveFlow raises $3.5M to automate financial data feeds – TechCrunch


Fintech start-ups Live stream raised a $3.5 million seed round, led by Moonfire Ventures with backing from Y Combinator, Seedcamp and WndrCo. Also present were Victor Jacobsson, co-founder of Klarna; Bradley Horowitz, former vice president of product at Google; Oliver Jung, former vice president of international expansion at Airbnb, Phillip Chambers, founder and CEO of Peakon; and others.

LiveFlow enables companies to sync real-time data from their accounting departments, banks, and payment platforms into their custom reports, automating workflows, consolidating company accounts, and enabling greater collaboration at scale. of the company.

Founded almost a year ago by CEO Lasse Kalkar, COO Anita Koimur (ex-Revolut) and CTO Evan O’Brien (ex-Web Summit), LiveFlow has most of its customers in the United States, such as accountancy firms like Ascent CFO, CFO Minded and TinyCFO – plus a handful of Y Combinator startups.

Lasse Kalkar, co-founder and CEO of LiveFlow, said, “In my previous companies, I felt the frustration of manually gathering financial reports. This is where the idea for LiveFlow came from.

Mattias Ljungman, Founder and Managing Partner of Moonfire Ventures, said, “LiveFlow provides an essential service by automating and streamlining the reporting process, giving businesses the real-time visibility and insights they need to better manage their business.


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