Andrei Dudoiu is the co-founder and CEO of SeedBlink, the Romanian crowd investment platform for tech startups in Europe. The team is looking to scale internationally in SEE with a €3M Series A investment. The new round of investment will be available starting May 27th on the platform.
In the 18 months since the launch, SeedBlink collaborated with over 5,000 investors from 15 countries and over 40 tech startups. The platform attracted over €15M from investors and VC funds, 55% of the amount came through crowd investing. The company is assessed at €12M.
SeedBlink is looking for fast development in the next year, aided by the new European Crowdfunding Regulation, that will come into effect at the end of 2021. “Our main goal is to show that the model we’ve been successfully testing in Romania, could be exported across Europe,” shared Andrei Dudoiu.
SeedBlink specializes in sourcing, vetting, financing, and scaling European tech startups. Their vision is to shape the future by developing an investment platform that has the reaching possibilities of a crowdfunding system, the flexibility of business investors, and the structure of a VC.
Their target is to democratize startup investments, giving access to everybody to disruptive startups. They also want to promote internationally European tech companies applying for pre-seed and seed funding.
Andrei Dudoiu has two decades of experience, leading teams in the Romanian banking system. In 2018, he started a new business journey as an entrepreneur and investor. In this interview, we discovered what inspired this step, what’s SeedBlink’s target for the following years, and what is the impact of the project on both the local and the international ecosystems.