Sleek raises $14 million

Sleek, a platform that helps SMEs handle a variety of business needs, has raised $14 million in Series A funding led by Jungle Ventures and White Star Capital.

Founded in 2017 by French entrepreneurs Julien Labruyere and Adrien Barthel, the Singapore-based startup describes itself as the operating system every business needs, offering a range a services including bookkeeping, payroll, tax advisory, employment visa, and insurance. In Singapore for example, Sleek’s insurance agency distributes products by Chubb Insurance Singapore.

Sleek claims to have assisted more than 5,000 companies and it plans to enter the UK and Australia. The startup also acquired Ltd Companies, the UK-based incorporation management company that has incorporated more than 450,000 companies since 2005.