Berlin-based n8n has raised US$12 million fresh capital in a Series A funding round. The round was led by Felicis Ventures, with Sequoia Capital and firstminute Capital - both of which led n8n's seed round in 2019 - and Harpoon Ventures participating in the round. International law firm Taylor Wessing, led by Berlin-based partner Norman Röchert, advised lead investor Felicis Ventures on legal issues related to the financing round.
n8n provides a framework for both technical and non-technical people to synchronize and integrate data and workflows. With its ‘fair code’ model, the workflow automation tool enables the integration of in-house interfaces, so that user-defined or company-specific apps or services can be added. The platform offers API connectors to more than 200 different apps. Besides automating, the product can be used as a backend for low-code products or services.
Founded in 2006, Felicis Ventures is a venture capital firm based in Menlo Park, California. The firm invests in seed through Series C stage companies across multiple sectors and industries reinventing core markets, as well as those creating frontier technologies. Felicis is known for its strong investment track record including Adyen (IPO), Credit Karma (acq by Intuit), Fitbit (IPO), and Shopify (IPO). Felicis currently manages over US$1.2 billion in capital across its seven funds.