Gen Z Social Network Superfy Raises $2.2M


Superfy, a London-based social networking platform targeting Gen Z, has raised $2.2 million in its latest funding round, bringing its total funding to $6.7 million.


  • Founders: Michal Tamir and Gil Schoenberg
  • Tagline: “Ask Anything!”
  • Functionality: A chat-based social network where users can post questions or topics and chat with like-minded people one-on-one or in groups.
  • User Base: Over 500k registered users, primarily aged 18-21, from the US, UK, and Canada.
  • Engagement: Users spend an average of 40 minutes per day on the app, with over 20 million messages sent per month.

Key Developments

  • New Groups Function: The introduction of the Groups function has significantly enhanced user engagement, increasing the average time spent on the app by a third and doubling the number of monthly messages sent.

Leadership Comments

  • Michal Tamir, Founder and CEO:
  • Community-Driven Platform: “Superfy is not just a social network; it’s a community-driven platform designed to empower Gen Z.”
  • Meaningful Conversations: “With Super Groups, we’re breaking down barriers and facilitating meaningful conversations between people, creating an environment where every voice is heard and valued.”
  • Power of Connection: “Superfy is about forging genuine connections and fostering a sense of belonging. With Super Groups, we’re taking social networking to the next level.”


  • Participants in the Funding Round:
  • Alon Matas, founder of BetterHelp
  • Nir Greenberg, founder of Natural Intelligence
  • Founders of Ilyon (acquired by Tencent-owned Miniclip)

This latest funding round will likely help Superfy continue to enhance its platform and expand its user base, further solidifying its position as a leading social network for Gen Z.

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