We help consumers find the right product and make the best shopping decision in the shortest possible time.
Awarded with international recognition for its solutions, Catchoom has an obsession for building products with superior performance, scalability, and business impact. Our proprietary technology delivers millions of visual searches and product attribution from images every month.
Join today our journey to make the world shoppable, one scan at a time.
CEO and Co-founder
CTO and Co-founder
CEO, General Partner
at Inveready First Capital
CFO at Privalia
(part of vente-privee.com Group)
Inveready is one of the leading early-stage venture capital companies in Spain, with five investment funds. Inveready invests in technology companies with high growth potential and innovative business models.
Inveready has extensive experience in different areas, with more than 40 portfolio companies that are leaders in their respective sectors.
ENISA is a public company, attached to the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism through the Directorate General of Industry and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises. Since 1982, it has played an active role in the funding of viable, innovative business projects.
The Avanza and the AEESD initiatives co-sponsor R&D Projects developed in a consortium of Spanish companies and public institutions. Catchoom is currently co-sponsored by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism of Spain, in the National Plan of Scientific Investigation for three projects from July 2012 until December 2014, from August 2014 until December 2016, and from July 2015 until December 2017 (Project Numbers: TSI-020602-2012-25, TSI-100600-2014-13 and TSI-100600-2015-37).
The INNCORPORA and the EMPLEA initiatives co-sponsor R&D Projects developed by a technology company by investing in the acquisition of talented scientists. Catchoom participates in three projects co-sponsored by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness of Spain, in the National Plan of Scientific Investigation (Project Numbers: INC-TU-2012-2646, EMP-TU-2014-4017, and EMP-TU-2014-4018).
– Richard Sharp, CTO at Shazam