Parclick closes an investment round of 2 million euros to consolidate its growth and access new markets

The online parking reservation company closes an investment round joined by several of its current partners, such as Capitana Venture Partners, in addition to some new ones, including the investment funds Athos Capital and Inveready.

Parclick Investment

Parclick, the online parking reservation platform, has closed an investment round worth 2 million euros. Taking part in this process were Capitana Venture Partners, a current Parclick partner, which was incorporated in 2015, as well as several new partners, including two investment funds, Athos Capital and Inveready Technology Investment Group.

In the words of Luis Paris, CEO of Parclick: "This investment allows us to consolidate the markets in which we currently offer a service, as well as the possibility of opening up to new countries and maintaining our growth."

With this boost, the industry leader in Europe seeks to reinforce its position in the 170 cities in which it has a presence today (located in France, Spain, Italy and Portugal), while also making its way into new countries, with a special focus on Central Europe. Furthermore, Parclick expects to be able to capture new talent, which can join the current team at the start up, and participate in the development of new technological solutions.

Parclick's business model aims to help car parks obtain new users online by improving their occupancy levels, while offering users the possibility of reserving parking spaces with significant discounts without having to be present at the chosen destination.

About Parclick

Parclick is an online parking reservation platform that offers more than 250,000 parking spaces, for long periods, in more than 1,000 car parks in Spain, France, Italy and Portugal. The company also offers a unique reservation service with significant discounts of up to 70%, as well as the possibility of purchasing multiparking tickets. It has a unique business model that increases the profitability of the car park and is able to coexist with operating systems already installed in a natural way.

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