Nezasa Raises $4.7 Million for Tour Operator Software: Startup Funding Roundup

Nezasa, a software platform for tour operations, has raised $4.7 million. Investors included Alpana Ventures, Liquid Partners, Credit Suisse, and Zürcher Kantonalbank, and others.

The startup has raised a total of $17.3 million, according to Crunchbase.

The Switzerland-based company said its platform automates the planning, booking, and management of multi-stage tours.

“In addition to being the engine room that transforms itinerary suggestions from various sources (including, but not limited to ChatGPT) into bookable and manageable trips, we are also working on leveraging our AI to tackle one of the biggest unsolved challenges in travel technology: Solving disruption during the trip. We want to provide the technology that reduces friction along the whole journey, from the planning through the booking to fixing issues that arise during the trip on the fly,” said Manuel Hilty, CEO and founder of Nezasa, in a statement.

Nezasa last year acquired flight itinerary optimizer TripYeah, which the company said expanded its market presence in Latin America.

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