yayloh closes out 2021 with rapid, new partnerships, and triple revenue growth as the solution soars
The innovative loyalty-first return management solution based in Stockholm is closing out a banner year and looking forward to more wins in 2022. With new clients throughout the EU, an investment round from a renowned Swedish entrepreneur, and new collaborations enabling the platform to provide sustainable returns to its clients, the future of the up-and-coming SaaS platform is looking bright.
Founded in 2019, yayloh is a loyalty-first return management solution that puts sustainability first. Helping clients build a brand their customers will love one return at a time, the SaaS platform focuses on delivering a top-notch CX, with a user-friendly interface that’s seamless to implement. The ease of use and commitment to making returns more environmentally friendly are a few reasons customer-centric businesses all over the EU (like Swedish fashion brand House of Dagmar) are turning to yayloh to help manage their return processes.
The start of the year was kicked off strong with a pre-seed round led by Tomas Kull, founder of Swedish food delivery staple Mathem. The infusion allowed the brand to double down on its principles of delivering unparalleled customer service, with sustainability at the forefront. It also allowed yayloh to invest in its platform, paving the way for expanding into new markets, like Germany and Norway, while strengthening relations in Sweden and France—markets where the platform had already established brand partnerships. Those efforts resulted in new clients like German fashion brand 032c, a contemporary and boundary-pushing fashion and lifestyle platform, and fast-growing swimwear brand Anja Paris.
In addition to new clients, the year also saw exciting partnerships come to life, enabling yayloh to integrate with more brands in new ways. The platform has a tight collaboration with Centra, a venture-backed Swedish eCommerce platform that is pioneering composable commerce, allowing for brands like House of Dagmar and Holzweiler to integrate with both services, with ease. In addition, yayloh also participated in Zendesk’s largest startup campus Station F, based in France. This partnership allows yayloh to integrate with the CRM platform, reaching thousands of brand potentials.
While the success of 2021 was impressive, and the team is grateful for all the wins, the brand is looking forward to making even bigger strides in 2022. Sophie Aubard, co-founder and CEO of yayloh says:
“2021 has been fantastic for yayloh. Word of mouth is spreading fast about the product and we clearly see that we are the preferred option for fast-growing customer-centric brands. Our customers love the product—none of them have churned, proving the staying power of our solution. In 2022 we will focus on expansion and investing further in the platform to help our merchants increase customer retention and reduce CO2 emissions.”
yayloh is a loyalty-first return management solution that is changing how innovative brands handle returns. For more information on the platform and to read recent case studies, visit the brand here.
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