VenturesOne Announces Investment in Amsterdam-based Urban Planning Startup, ModelMe3D
The Hague, 5 March 2020. VenturesOne is pleased to announce the completion of the investment in architecture and urban planning startup ModelMe3D. Beyond funding, VenturesOne will also be coming onboard ModelMe3D as advisors. In this role, we will connect them to potential opportunities within our network.
ModelMe3D is a proprietary platform that uses data-driven decision making to improve urban and rural real estate property development. It was founded in 2016 by Burton Hamfelt and Samuel Alvarado, two Amsterdam-based architects.
Samuel Alvarado, Co-Founder of ModelMe3D, remarked: ” We are excited to have VenturesOne as our investors because they have the expertise and knowledge on how to help us scale our company. Through their network and connections we will be able to accelerate at an even faster pace, aligning with our 2020 roadmap of launching a hundred urban projects through strategic partnerships and top property developers. ” He continued: “With (VenturesOne’s investment, we will capable of deploying 100+ urban projects not only in the Netherlands but enter other markets such as the UAE and the UK. “
“We’ve know ModelMe3D since they first arrived in the Netherlands and we really took note of how they have come into their own. We’re happy to support scaling the company and further finance their growth” said Edward de Jager, CEO of VenturesOne. ModelMe3D has previously participated in another VenturesOne investment, WorldStartup’s Impact Accelerator in 2017.
ModelMe3D is a 3D interactive modeling platform that transforms buildings, infrastructure, natural environment and future projects as “click-on” 3D objects revealing levels of detail. With an intuitive interface, ModelMe3D facilitates the collective intelligence, creativity, decision-making and investment needed for building sustainable future visions and higher values. It aims to create new ways of exchanging knowledge and data between planners, policy makers, stakeholders and the general public. For more information: www.modelme3d.com