Calven, a Sydney, Australia-based future of work startup raised $6.8 million in seed funding as it looks to tackle hybrid work culture.
The round was led by Sydney VC Airtree, and several strategic backers, including Herbert Smith Freehills partner Michael Gonski and the Gonski family office.
The seed funds will be invested in the platform, expanding the team, and marketing campaigns in its two launch markets – Australia and the US.
Company: Calven Pty Ltd.
Round: Seed Round
Funding Month: February 2022
Lead Investors: Airtree
Additional Investors: Michael Gonski and the Gonski family office
Company Website: https://www.calven.com/
Software Category: Workplace Experience platform
About the Company: Calven is a SaaS company that provides a workplace experience platform, the workplace tech platform powering the future of work by fusing employee experience and workplace operations. Calven helps to shape a better experience for employees, employers, and team leaders by unlocking hybrid work, enabling amazing workplace experiences no matter where we work, and optimizing the office whenever it’s needed. Calven’s mission is to make the future of work, work for everyone. Calven launched a year ago, with a team of more than 20 employees dispersed across Australia, the US, and Europe. The business has also partnered with companies such as Canva, Afterpay, Quantium, and law firm Gilbert + Tobin.