What the press has to say: Fast Company: “It's Qapital's positive approach to saving that speaks most to cash-strapped millennials: Instead of the restrictive negativity of budgeting, Qapital focuses on goals, on saving while you spend.” BankRate: “it would be difficult to find a standard bank app more fun to use than Qapital.” Brit+Co: “Qapital makes it easy for you to save money for important things such as retirement while still having enough money for music festivals and new shoes.” Qapital is the easiest way to use automated small savings to start meeting your financial goals by making your money go further. Set up rules with Qapital and turn almost any activity into a savings trigger. Save alone or invite your friends to join your goals, and start using the money you have to get the life you want, without feeling deprived. It just takes a few minutes to connect your bank accounts and organize your finances all in one place. Set goals for things you need or want, and automatically transfer money to your Qapital savings account without feeling like you’re short on cash. Qapital helps you be accountable to yourself and your friends, so you can have all the things you want, without going into debt. Stay on top of your money by saving on the small stuff, so you can spend on the things you just can’t live without.
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Type
Private
HQ
New York, US
Founded
2012
Size (employees)
50 (est)-3%
Qapital was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in New York, US
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Key People/Management at Qapital

George Friedman

George Friedman

CEO & Founder
Fredrik Straat

Fredrik Straat

Founder
Erik Akterin

Erik Akterin

Founder
Henrik Wrangel

Henrik Wrangel

Chief Product Officer
Andreas Kallbom

Andreas Kallbom

Co Founder

Qapital Office Locations

Qapital has offices in Stockholm and New York
New York, US (HQ)
33 W 17th St
Stockholm, SE
14 Götgatan
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Qapital Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Qapital's latest funding round in April 2018 was reported to be $30 m. In total, Qapital has raised $53.1 m
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Qapital News and Updates

Mobile money-saving app Qapital raises $30 million to spend on growth

Qapital, one of a slew of mobile applications trying to make it easier for users to save money (and spend it more wisely), has raised $30 million in fresh financing as it expands beyond savings to offer investment advisory services. Since its launch in the U.S. in 2015, Qapital has amassed roughly 4…
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