Malaysia-based start-up BrioHR receives fresh funding

HR TECHNOLOGY: BrioHR, an HR tech platform, has received an undisclosed injection of working capital from top property tech and investment banking investors.

“The pandemic has had an impact on every business function, and as a result, HR teams and departments have been thrust into the spotlight, forcing immediate changes in employee experience and leadership,” BrioHR co-founder Benjamin Croc said.

Investors Georg Chmiel, and Thariq Usman Ahmad chipped in the mystery sum, and as part of the agreement, Chmiel has become a senior advisor at the firm. As the CEO of iProperty, Chmiel has a track record in growing businesses, including the real estate business. He is also the co-founder of property tech firm, Juwai IQI Holdings.

Thariq is a fund manager with decades of expertise in the Malaysian bond market. He is the founding partner at Tuas Capital Partners, and also the deputy CEO of KAF Investment Bank.

BrioHR is a cloud-based HR management platform for Southeast Asian SMEs that raised USD 1.3 million last year from a wide range of investors, including Global Founders Capital and East Ventures.

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