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Public company
Founded 📆2012
Founders 👔Thomas Goubau (CEO), Renaud Lacroix (COO)
Headquarters 🏙️Belgium, Brussels
Area served 🗺️
Products 📟 Construction Management Application
Revenue🤑 Increase €2.2 millions (2017)
Number of employees
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📇 Address
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Aproplan is a construction SaaS [1] company based in Brussels responsible for the Belgian construction management app of the same name, which provides digital solutions for construction , facilities management and construction-related processes. Aproplan is a venture-backed scale-up company headquartered in Brussels with satellite offices in Canada, Germany, France, the Netherlands, and the UK.


The company was founded in 2012 [2] by Thomas Goubau and Renauld Lacroix. The Aproplan software was originally developed for the construction and building industry and since then, has been used in construction projects of different scales, BIM-integrated ventures, and projects that demand strict building compliance.

The idea of Aproplan was conceived in 2011 as a spinoff to a digital invoice software designed to be service-specific to construction. The first version featured notes, messages and tasks – attributes that indicated how the industry was ripe for disruption but not yet ready to collaborate on such level of transparency.

Towards the end of 2011, Thomas Goubau and Renauld Lacroix worked together to make the app simpler and removed the notes, messages and texts.

By the end of 2015, the company has added 10 people to its team and was set to scale the business and raise funds through venture capitalists – a plan that fell through after the board disapproved the idea.

Come 2016, the company expanded to 30 people having raised 1.5 million Euros to finance its international expansion.

By 2017, Aproplan was nominated as Scale-Up of the Year at Tech Start-Up Day[3] and has closed a series A funding round of 5 million Euros. The company also expanded its European operations and have made its presence in the UK, Germany, France, and the Netherlands.

Recently in 2018, Aproplan's CEO Thomas Goubau was enlisted as a nominee for the Top Founder of the Year in the annual Entrepreneur Awards [4].

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  1. Wilkinson, Paul (March 14, 2017). "AproPlan eyeing AEC integration opportunity". Extra Evolution. Retrieved May 16, 2018.
  2. O'Hear, Steve (Jun 22, 2017). "Construction tech company Aproplan closes €5 million Series A". TechCrunch. Retrieved May 16, 2018.
  3. Grigorieff, Marine (Feb 27, 2017). "Aproplan nominated scale year tech startup-day!". Agileum. Retrieved May 16, 2018.
  4. "Founder thomas goubau" (PDF). The entrepreneur awards. Retrieved May 16, 2018.