European rail rabblerousers Capitaine Train books Euro 2.5 million in latest round
Capitaine Train, the railway booking tool aspiring to deliver full access to all European rail travel, has booked an additional round of 2.5 million Euros in funding.
This round, which is equivalent to $3.25 million, adds to the French startup’s initial €1.4 Million ($1.8M) raised in February 2012.
Investors in the first round, the latest funding comes from Index Ventures (whose investments include Skype and Dropbox) and CM-CIC Capital Privé.
Founded by Jean-Daniel Guyot, Martin Ottenwaelter and Valentin Surrel in 2009, Capitaine Train’s mission is to make all of European rail inventory accessible to one-stop online booking.