CatCap advised Booksy in the fundraising process with Müller Medien

Polish startup Booksy has been successfully funded by German entrepreneurial family Müller Medien. Müller Medien together with the Polish Inovo and British Piton Capital invest a total of 3m Zloty. Shareholders of Booksy are Stephen Bathory as well as Agnes and Thomas Zembrzycki, the founders of

Booksy offers an online reservation management services App for local service providers such as hairdressers, personal trainers, masseurs, etc. Ten months ago, Booksy debuted in the United States and has since won more than two thousand business customers.

Booksy’s business model is an attractive tool to gain new customers: businesses can select between different packages according to their size and requirements and pay a subscription fee. There are no further fees for new customers or orders. For the private user, Booksy is substantially improving registering for appointments. 40% of all appointments on Booksy are made outside business hours.

With the money raised, Booksy will implement an application management module, loyalty programs, and customer behavior analysis.

CatCap together with the Polish Globalscope member Aventis Capital advised Booksy in the fundraising process.

About Booksy
Booksy is a booking system to schedule appointments for health and beauty services at local service providers. In Poland, where Booksy was founded, the company has already fully established their services with partners in all major cities. Booksy can be downloaded to the device as an app or used online. For further information, please visit

About Müller Medien
Müller Medien, based in Germany, is an entrepreneurial family combining five business areas: directories, broadcast, print media, book, and new business - among them more than 60 regional tv and radio stations. Founded in 1950, today Müller Medien has sites in Europe, Asia and the US with more than 2,000 employees. For further information, please visit

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