Bubbles, a San Francisco, CA-based supplier of an asynchronous video collaboration software, raised $8.5M in seed funding.
Backers included Khosla Ventures, Craft Ventures, Streamlined Ventures, 468 Ventures, and Bain Capital, in addition to and strategic angels together with Naval Ravikant, Jeff Morris Junior, Brianne Kimmel, Rahul Vohra & Todd Goldberg, and Ryan Hoover.
The corporate intends to make use of the funds to proceed to broaden operations, to construct its consumer base, and to roll out extra options that improve workforce collaboration async.
Led by CEO Tom Medema, CEO, Bubbles is a flexible async collaboration software for distant work, which provides threaded video, audio, and textual content feedback to on-screen working environments. The cash raised on this spherical might be invested in constructing options that assist groups transfer in direction of agreements exterior of conferences, and make bubbles straightforward to make use of for anybody, anyplace, anytime.
The platform is at the moment being utilized by tens of 1000’s of customers all over the world.