HUNTY has secured a €1.2 million seed round from Juanjo Mostazo, Behappy Investments fund, Aim High Ventures, and Asterius VC.
The goals of this funding increase, which is in addition to the €300k historically raised, are quite clear: globally supply-side extension through foreign expansion, local market consolidation, technological momentum, and the implementation of a previously validated B2B subscription model.
Fernando Bozalongo Yagüe, CEO and co-founder of HUNTY, said: “This second round of funding confirms the confidence in our vision and our business model to revolutionise a traditional sector such as hunting in Spain. Our main objective is to provide a space for education and dissemination of good hunting practices, strengthening the image and ethics of this activity. All of this with digitalisation as a key element in our mission to make hunting more accessible, international, transparent and sustainable.”
With the support of this brand-new B2B subscription model, which went through pre-validation during a beta test, hunt organizers will soon be able to tap into fresh sources of income. via this option.
They will be able to put their offers on the site for an ongoing charge of €100 or an annual subscription fee of €1,080, giving all organizers the chance to expand their hunt offers.
With the encouragement of this round of funding, HUNTY has been identified as the go-to business to guide the digital transformation of a practice formerly steeped in tradition and its method of communication is based “on ‘word of mouth”, through long telephone or email conversations with organizers who typically have challenges having protection in their destinations.
HUNTY, which was founded in 2019, has developed an approachable and straightforward platform that offers a seamless and efficient experience for the national and international hunting community and also for suppliers, who can observe how the booking, management, and organizational processes have been considerably streamlined.