Social media management app Postoplan raises $550,000 from Bolt leaders, others

Social media and messenger marketing platform Postoplan said it has raised $550,000 from investors to create new automation solutions, improve customer experience, and enter new markets.

Investors in Postoplan round included TMT Investments, Insta Ventures, Startup Wise Guys fund, Bolt CEO Markus Villig, Bolt CPO Jevgeni Kabanov, and several other top managers of Bolt.

“Postoplan is very successful in the upward trend of advertising and marketing in social networks,” said Artyom Inutin, co-founder and Managing Partner of TMT Investments Venture Fund.

Postoplan, which allows users to create, schedule, and promote content, operates under a SaaS (software-as-a-service) model and helps businesses to manage accounts and work with customers.

Postoplan is used by more than 30,000 specialists and companies from 147 countries around the world since its launch in late 2019.

“For Postoplan, despite the difficulties, 2020 was a breakthrough year. We have entered new foreign markets and significantly strengthened the product, and this round of investment is a necessary tool for further expansion,” said Alex Bozhin, founder of Postoplan.

Postoplan says it is the only online service in the world to accomplish the difficult task of making scheduled messages on WhatsApp possible.

Three cofounders are from the Netherlands, Russia, and Ukraine. The team of 16 operates from 9 countries across the world, and the company plans to open its first offline office this year in a European country or in the United States.