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Clintell receives 600,000€ to enhance its AI innovation.
We are pleased to announce our recent partnership with Sherry Ventures, who have made a recent investment of €600,000 in our company to boost our AI innovation vertical. This is not only a significant capital injection for us but also the beginning of a strategic alliance that opens new doors to innovation. At Clintell, we see this moment as a unique opportunity to expand our operations and continue developing innovative products that meet the needs of an ever-evolving market.
Our role as a Corporate Venture Builder
As a Corporate Venture Builder, one of our focuses is to provide disruptive solutions to large corporations while creating our own startups in emerging niches. Experience has shown us that, although large companies have ideas and deep market knowledge, bureaucracy and lack of time often prevent these visions from materializing. This capital from Sherry Ventures will allow us to open new product lines and expand the current ones, thus overcoming the typical obstacles on the path to innovation.
The collaboration with Sherry Ventures represents much more than financial support. It is a strategic alliance that will allow us to explore and develop new business opportunities, keeping us at the forefront in creating disruptive and actionable technologies. Our product portfolio already spans multiple sectors, from logistics to the stock market, and we have recently launched innovative solutions in the fields of product research, LLMs, or models for insurers (among others).
2024 Objectives and expansion strategy
In 2024, our goal is to position several of our products as leaders in their respective sectors in Spain. Collaboration and continuous feedback with our partners are fundamental to our growth and success. The investment from Sherry Ventures is a crucial step on our path, not only providing the necessary resources to accelerate our expansion and product development but also reinforcing our commitment to innovation and excellence. With this support, Clintell is better positioned than ever to lead the digital transformation and continue offering solutions that make a difference in the market.
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