Lystable takes $10M top-up to tackle freelancer payments

 Lystable, a startup that makes a workflow management platform aimed at businesses needing to manage lots of freelancers, has topped up its Series A again — this time with an additional $10 million, which founder and CEO Peter Johnston says will be used to fund a change of business model with a payments focus. Read More


Lystable gets $11M Series A to push its gig economy SaaS in the US

lystable (1 of 4) Ahoy there gig economy… Lystable, which makes a software tool focused on helping businesses manage freelancers, has closed an $11 million Series A round led by Peter Thiel’s Valar Ventures and Goldcrest Capital. Spring Partners also participated in the round. Read More


Lystable Helps Companies Manage Their Freelancers, Vendors And More

lystable (2 of 4) “Supplier management” might not sound like the most exciting problem for a startup to solve, but Lystable might actually be doing something crucial for its customers. As businesses find themselves relying on more freelancers and vendors, Lystable helps them manage those relationships. Read More


Lystable’s Supplier Management SaaS Takes $1.5M From Peter Thiel’s Valar Ventures

peter-thiel7 TechStars London alum and U.K.-based startup Lystable, which has built a cloud-based workflow management platform aimed at simplifying how businesses handle contacts with suppliers and freelancers, has pulled in a $1.5 million seed investment led by Peter Thiel’s Valar Ventures. Read More

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