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Singapore-based hospitality startup Butler raises US$540K seed funding

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Hospitality and real estate management startup, Butler, has bagged US$540,000 in a seed round to expand its operations and team. Angel investors included Massimo Mantero, Emanuele Novi, and Vincenzo De Falco.

The startup plans to use the funding to scale up, providing professional services to Singapore’s apartment residents, office managers, and property managers. Butler will also use the new investment to recruit talents in the city-state.

Founded in 2016, this Singapore-based company has built an all-in-one platform for hospitality, real estate management, and services for residential and commercial properties, offering housekeeping, concierge, property management and property maintenance services among others.

Butler’s service offers a single point of contact and vendor for managing their client’s needs instead of managing multiple service providers. Butler also provides training with the establishment of Butler Academy, the in-house training program for housekeepers.

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Felicia Calle
Felicia Calle
Australia | Felicia's fascination with tech began in the 90s, and she loves to update readers on the best tech deals on the internet. When she’s not writing, you’ll find her travelling around the world.
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