The London-based fintech startup will use this money to extend its services across Europe
According to Ecommerce News, Hokodo, a B2B buy-now-pay-later provider, has raised $12.5 million in a Series A round.
The funding round is led by Mosaic Ventures, with participation from Notion Capital and angel investors including Taavet Hinrikus (founder TransferWise), Thijn Lamers (former EVP, Global Sales of Adyen), Max Bittner (CEO Vestiaire Collective and founder Lazada) and Rich Laxer (ex-CEO GE Capital).
The London-based startup announced it will use the new funds to further invest in its technology and scale the payments solution across Europe.
Since its foundation in 2018, Hokodo offers merchants the possibility to offer instant payment terms to their customers. They are sometimes described as the Klarna of B2B, referring to the buy-now-pay-later solution Klarna provides to its private customers.
The payment solution integrates via APIs into existing ecommerce software platforms and online marketplaces. Hokodo has automated everything, from credit checks to collections and working capital finance.
We’ve reported that Flipkart customers can now use QR-based pay on delivery.