Messaging platform startup Take Blip raises a $70M Series B round


The Brazilian messaging platform startup Take Blip announced it raised a $70M Series B round led by Warburg Pincus, a fund that had also invested 100$M in the company in 2020. 

The startup offers companies an online messaging platform where they can unify all the interactions they have with customers and automate them. According to Roberto Oliveira, CEO and co-founder at Take Blip:

“Our edge is our technology that eliminates data silos and stores all interactions between brands and consumers in one place, unifying the entire customer journey from marketing to post-sales service. Then, using best-of-breed AI engines, we enable brands to analyze the data and predict what the next best interaction with that individual customer would be. This strategy improves the user experience and accelerates our customer’s product roadmap.”

The Brazilian startup has today over 1,300 employees and approximately 3,000 clients in more than 25 countries. Also, the company reported reaching an Annual Recurring Revenue of $100M. Some of Take Blip’s clients in Brazil include Itaú Unibanco, Coca-Cola and Nestlé. And, globally, some of its clients are Dell, General Motors, and Mercado Pago.

Take Blip will use this funding to speed up its international expansion process and focus on countries in Latin America and the US. They are also looking forward to invest in product development, acquisitions, and expanding their client base.

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