Wallter Systems, a company that makes furniture, has secured an undisclosed sum in a seed fundraising round headed by Inflection Point Ventures.
The money will be used to expand Wallter Systems’ activities and develop its brand, as reported by Entrepreneur.com
“We are driven by a deep passion to empower people, enabling them to create more space in their homes and experience genuine freedom. With unwavering dedication to excellence, we endeavor to establish a world-class product brand that redefines space-saving furniture and fundamentally transforms the way people live their lives. IPV has not just helped us raise funds but has been a guiding force that has impacted not just the company, but customers and employees positively,” said Bhanushree Natekar, founder and CEO, Wallter Systems.
“Having a well-designed home with multi-functional furniture eliminates the clutter and makes the house look spacious and visually appealing. This is exactly what Wallter Systems offers, its innovative furniture solutions will enable homemakers to achieve their beautiful homes,” said Ivy Chin, partner, Inflection Point Ventures.
About Wallter Systems
Bhanushree Natekar is the founder and CEO of Wallter Systems. It is an expert in designing and manufacturing useful furniture that saves space and allows homeowners to maximise the amount of space they have. The clean and contemporary design of Wallter Systems furniture is another benefit. The company’s furniture is a wonderful addition to any house because it is both fashionable and functional. Their minimalist style and clean lines go well with both classic and modern interior designs.
About Inflection Point Ventures
Inflection Point Ventures was founded in 2018 by Vinay Bansal, the CEO and Founder. The company helps modern entrepreneurs by connecting them with a wide range of investors and providing them with financial and experienced capital. With joint funding from multiple members, a fresh investor can begin with a small contribution and make a value offer for the firm. This makes it easier for startups to obtain capital as well as connections, advice, and mentoring.