Walder Wyss advises deskbird on its Series A financing round

Deskbird, a Swiss software-as-a-service (SaaS) workplace management company announced its USD 13 million Series A financing round with ALSTIN Capital and AVP (AXA Venture Partners) as investors. The Series A financing round was joined by existing investors such as session.vc, Rivus Capital and PortfoLion. The Swiss SaaS startup intends to expand the market within Europe and other regions, including the USA. Deskbird’s revenues have quadrupled in the last 12 months.

They also plans to introduce more AI-based features for users and administration. Decision-makers can use these new features to understand why employees come to the office, increase workplace satisfaction, and achieve savings through efficient space utilization. 

Walder Wyss advised deskbird on all legal aspects of the Series A financing round. The team included partner Florian Gunz Niedermann (pictured), senior associate Michael Kündig and associate Letizia Schlegel (all corporate/m&a) and partner Maurus Winzap (tax)