Proptech specialist Allthings receives CHF 13.7 million in Series A round

26. July 2018

Basel, Switzerland/Berlin, Germany — German-Swiss PropTech company Allt­hings closes its Series A finan­cing with 13.7 million Swiss francs. In addi­tion to lead inves­tors Early­bird, Idin­vest andKing­s­tone Capi­tal Part­ners, exis­ting inves­tors Crea­thor Ventures, Tech­no­logy Funds as well as current advi­sors are parti­ci­pa­ting. The capi­tal will be used to further deve­lop the plat­form and drive expan­sion within Europe.

Allt­hings trans­forms buil­dings into digi­tal products. The plat­form gives buil­ding users access to digi­tal services that make ever­y­day life easier, connect people and improve commu­ni­ca­tion. Property owners bene­fit from unpre­ce­den­ted trans­pa­rency in buil­dings, neigh­bor­hoods and entire port­fo­lios. Thanks to the modu­lar and open struc­ture of the Allt­hings plat­form, third-party services can be inte­gra­ted at will, as in an app store for buildings.

“The real estate indus­try is just start­ing to adapt to the digi­tal age and holds great poten­tial. Allt­hings inte­gra­tes all parties such as owners, asset mana­gers, property mana­gers, service provi­ders and tenants on one plat­form. This funda­men­tally impro­ves value crea­tion and enables the real estate sector to make data-driven decis­i­ons,” said Dr. Fabian Heile­mann, Part­ner at Earlybird.

“One way to make cities smar­ter is to start with the buil­dings. Connec­ting all parties of a buil­ding and offe­ring a variety of digi­tal services increa­ses the quality of life and work. This is what Allt­hings does very successfully and ther­e­fore fits perfectly into our smart city stra­tegy,” says Matthieu Bonamy, senior invest­ment direc­tor at Idinvest.

Curr­ently, more than 100 medium to large real estate compa­nies in Switz­er­land, Germany, Austria, France, Portu­gal and the Nether­lands use the plat­form as part of their digi­tiza­tion stra­tegy. “Just as in other indus­tries before, property owners now want to take control and manage the rela­ti­onship with their custo­mers. We help them do that in a scalable and modu­lar way. With our new inves­tors, we are taking the next steps on our jour­ney — for a better life in buil­dings,” said Marc Beer­mann, COO and co-foun­­der of Allthings.

About Allt­hings
Allt­hings trans­forms buil­dings into digi­tal products. The company was foun­ded in Basel in 2013 as a spin-off from ETH Zurich and has loca­ti­ons in Basel, Berlin, Frank­furt am Main and Frei­burg im Breis­gau. The 60-member team aims to improve indoor living in a sustainable way. A digi­tal pioneer in the indus­try, Allt­hings has won nume­rous awards and counts some of Europe’s largest real estate compa­nies among its clients. For more infor­ma­tion, visit

About Early­bird
Early­bird is a venture capi­tal inves­tor focu­sed on tech­no­logy compa­nies in Europe. Foun­ded in 1997, the capi­tal provi­der focu­ses on invest­ments in various growth phases of corpo­rate deve­lo­p­ment and offers its port­fo­lio compa­nies not only finan­cial resour­ces, but also stra­te­gic and opera­tio­nal support as well as access to an inter­na­tio­nal network and the capi­tal market. Early­bird mana­ges funds in the areas of digi­tal tech­no­lo­gies in Eastern and Western Europe, as well as in Health Technologies.
With over €1 billion in capi­tal under manage­ment, seven IPOs and 22 trade sales, Early­bird is one of the most expe­ri­en­ced and successful Euro­pean venture capi­ta­lists.

About Idin­vest Partners
Idin­vest Part­ners is a leading Euro­pean invest­ment firm focu­sed on the mid market. Curr­ently, Idin­vest Part­ners mana­ges assets of around €8 billion with more than 90 employees and has offices in Paris, Frank­furt, Madrid, Shang­hai and Dubai. The company has three busi­ness units: Private Funds Group, Private Debt and Venture & Growth Capi­tal. The company was foun­ded in 1997 as part of the Alli­anz Group and has been inde­pen­dent since 2010. In Janu­ary 2018, Idin­vest Part­ners merged with Eura­zeo. The merger has crea­ted a leading invest­ment company in Europe and North America with 15 billion euros in assets under manage­ment.

About King­s­tone Capi­tal Partners
King­s­tone Capi­tal Part­ners GmbH (KCP) is an inde­pen­dent and family-owned real estate invest­ment manage­ment & PropTech invest­ment company. KCP offers its inves­tors a “one-stop-shop” solu­tion for Euro­pean real estate invest­ments (focus on Germany as well as CEE). King­s­tone Capi­tal Part­ners is also an active inves­tor and advi­sor in the PropTech start-up space in Europe and the US. KCP takes a pro-active share­hol­der approach and supports ventures with cont­acts, real estate exper­tise and access to decis­ion makers in the industry.

About Crea­thor Ventures
Crea­thor Ventures invests in tech­­no­­logy-driven, high-growth compa­nies at all stages of their deve­lo­p­ment, parti­cu­larly in the areas of Specia­li­zed Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence, Advan­ced Indus­try Tech and Enab­ling Plat­forms. The regio­nal focus is on Germany, Switz­er­land, Austria, France and Scan­di­na­via. From its offices in Bad Homburg and Zurich, the 17-strong team curr­ently actively supports more than 30 tech and life science compa­nies in their company set-up and growth as well as their inter­na­tio­na­liza­tion. The manage­ment team consists of the Mana­ging Part­ners Dr. Gert Köhler, Karl­heinz Schme­lig and Cédric Köhler as well as the Part­ners Chris­tian Leikert, Dr. Chris­tian Weiss and Chris­tian Weni­ger. It has been successfully inves­t­ing in start­ups for over 30 years and has taken over 20 compa­nies to inter­na­tio­nal stock exch­an­ges during this time. Crea­thor Ventures curr­ently mana­ges a fund volume of over 230 million euros. As the largest fund inves­tor, manage­ment unders­cores its entre­pre­neu­rial focus.

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