We are an online marketplace for custom-branded packaging that provides innovative solutions for ecommerce brands, retailers, agencies and enterprises.
Packhelp helps brands to be better at packaging. Its intuitive web app allows customers to design, customize and order their own packaging in just a few clicks. Its proprietary software speeds up packaging development and automates mundane tasks, allowing companies to redirect their attention to other parts of their business that might need more attention.
Packhelp’s aim is to become the leading custom-packaging platform in the world by empowering brands to be better and more creative with their packaging ideas and services, and its top priority in achieving this is to help brands transition to custom-branded packaging solutions that are 100 percent sustainable.
Its vast network of suppliers enables it to be a single partner for all types of customer packaging needs, producing products from envelopes and bags to food packaging and typographic boxes. Since its founding in 2017, the company has optimized the company to work on larger, more complex packaging projects and has enabled over fifty thousand customers in more than thirty countries with its design-led platform. Both global brands as well as direct-to-consumer companies rely on its diverse services to reach customers daily. The company has been listed #1 in Deloitte’s Fast 50 Central Europe 2020 ranking and as the most prominent startup in Europe byBusiness Insider.
Packhelp raised €2.35 million ($2.7 million) over two seed rounds (in 2017 and 2018). The first was led by Movens Ventures and Kogito Ventures, and the second was raised from Speedinvest, PROFounders and Market One Capital. In 2019, Packhelp raised €8.5 million ($10 million) in one of the largest Series A rounds in the CEE region, led by White Star Capital. In 2021, it raised 46.5 million in a Series B round.
- Translating our apps and website to English and German while expanding abroad.
- Launching Packhelp Plus, a service for wholesale and tailor-made packaging, which allowed expansion to the mid-market.
- Investing in sustainable alternatives for all product ranges.
- Growing the company to two hundred employees and beginning to hire abroad.