Deepki, a Paris, France-based provider of an ESG data intelligence platform for the real estate sector, raised €150m in Series C funding round.
One Peak and Highland Europe led the round, with participation by Revaia and Bpifrance via their Large Venture fund and Revaia.
The company plans to use the funds for innovation to strengthen its position in Europe, secure over 200 new employees in 2022, grow the US business within the next 12 month, and make strategic acquisitions.
Founded in 2014 and led by Vincent Bryant, CEO, and Emmanuel Blanchet, COO, Deepki provides a SaaS platform for real estate investors, owners and managers to improve the Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) performance of their real estate assets, and enhance their value.
The platform enables clients to collect ESG data, get a comprehensive overview of their portfolio’s ESG performance, establish investment plans to reach Net Zero, improve energy efficiency, and assess results. The platform allows users to make reports to key stakeholders. The platform is supported and supported by experts in carbon and ESG who work with clients to collect and analyze data, as well as ESG strategy development and implementation.
Now with over 150 employees, offices in five European capital cities and operating in over 38 countries, Deepki has become the global leader in ESG and data intelligence solutions for environmental transition in the commercial real estate sector, with more than 500 million sqm – almost five times the area of Paris – under management. To date, Deepki has saved over 180,000 equivalent tonnes of CO₂ across its client base.
The company won new business in 2021 from major European companies such as AEW, Tikehau and Generali RE in France, DeA Capital and DeA Capital, Allianz Real Estate in Germany, Warburg HIH and Warburg in Italy, Azora Capital, Neinver and Azora Capital in Spain, and many other leading global asset and property managers in the UK.