How Raffle hit $1.1M Revenue with 50 customers in 2022.
Shortcut to knowledge.Enterprise Search
In 2022, Raffle revenue run rate hit $1.1M in revenue.
Raffle hit $1.1M in revenue this year
Raffle hit $950K in revenue in 2021
Raffle hit $250K in revenue in 2020
Raffle launched in 2018 with $0 revenue
Raffle Funding History
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Raffle raised a Seed of $3M at a $15M valuation in October 2020
2018 Pre Seed
Raffle raised a Pre Seed of $300K
Raffle has 20 total employees They have 50 customers an engineering team of 12
Total team size
In 2018 I joined forces with Professor Ole Winther from DTU and founded raffle.ai.
raffle deploys intelligent search tools for Customer Service, that gives instant, correct answers to your customers and employees, while picking up great insights on customer needs and employee satisfaction. raffle reduces calls, live chats and emails by 24% and unlocks a constant re-learning circle. At the same time employees save 80% of their internal search time and get up to speed with new knowledge quickly.
raffle.ai has raised €3,5 mill within the first 24 months (by August 1, 2020) and aims for a Series A round late 2021.Suzanne Lauritzen is professionally brought up in the Tech Consulting and Dotcoms of the 1990s. She is the founder of LogBuy (Nordics & UK) in the early 2000s - an Employee Engagement Platform. LogBuy was fully acquired in a split-sale by Norwegian VISMA and English Reward Gateway in Dec 2016/Jan 2017 at which point her Co-founder and her were still sole owners.
Today she is the CEO and Co-founder of venture-backed raffle.ai, inventing the future of Enterprise Search based on AI first. Great search is core to gain knowledge. If that’s broken, invention is broken. Companies implementing raffle will experience a huge competitive advantage over time.
She has worked with Leadership, Lean strategies and Sales for more than 20 years. Has a Masters from Copenhagen Business School and Boston University. Later studying Law at London Law School.
She is an External Lecturer in Innovation at Copenhagen Business School, teaching and supervising Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Specializing in business creation incl. platform strategies, applying technologies, utilizing network effects, and managing sales.