US, Europe, and NZ investment for Portainer

Henry Burrell
Wed, 05 May 2021

Henry Burrell
Wed, 05 May 2021

Portainer chief executive and co-founder Neil Cresswell.

Portainer, the New Zealand-founded software container management company, has raised US$6 million (NZ$8.3m) in a funding round led by the US-based Bessemer Venture Partners.Investors include Europe’s Sonae Investment Management and Wellington’s Movac.The company said the funding will be used to drive product development and global customer growth.It follows an August 2020 seed round of US$1.2m. Portainer was launched in 2017 by Neil Cresswell and Anthony Lapenna to counter their personal struggles to learn the complexities of D...

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