South Korean startup platform that connects employers and freelancers, Aroundus, has recently reported a successful ₩882 million (~USD$761,700) in fresh seed funding from venture capital investors.
The funds have come from Shinhan Capital, Shinhan Investment and Korean startup accelerator D.Camp.
Since launching in July 2018, the number of subscribers for Aroundus’ Korean web service surpassed 14,000 last month.
“We recognized Aroundus’ capacity to think out of the box to improve existing features while adding new ones. We also highly regard the global scalability of its services,” said D.Camp President Kim Hong-il.
Aroundus was founded in August 2016 by Daniel Kim, formerly Google’s strategic business development and partnerships manager.
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