Bubbles, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of an asynchronous video collaboration tool, raised $8.5 million in seed funding.
Backers included Khosla Ventures, Craft Ventures, Streamlined Ventures, 468 Ventures, and Bain Capital, as well as strategic angels including Naval Ravikant, Jeff Morris Junior, Brianne Kimmel, Rahul Vohra & Todd Goldberg, and Ryan Hoover.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand operations, build its user base, and roll out more features that enhance team collaboration async.
Company: VanGoux Inc.
Round: Seed Round
Funding Month: May 2022
Lead Investors: Khosla Ventures, Craft Ventures, Streamlined Ventures, 468 Ventures, and Bain Capital
Additional Investors: Naval Ravikant, Jeff Morris Junior, Brianne Kimmel, Rahul Vohra & Todd Goldberg, and Ryan Hoover
Company Website: https://www.usebubbles.com/
Software Category: Screen Recording Software
About the Company: Led by CEO Tom Medema, CEO, Bubbles is a versatile async collaboration tool for remote work, which adds threaded video, audio, and text comments to on-screen working environments. The money raised in this round will be invested in building features that help teams move towards agreements outside of meetings, and make bubbles easy to use for anyone, anywhere, anytime.
The platform is currently being used by tens of thousands of users around the world.