- AirDeck — an online platform for helping users create narrated presentations and documents for on-demand viewing — announced that it raised $3.4 million in funding led by Rock River Capital Partners and Cultivation Capital
AirDeck — an online platform for helping users create narrated presentations and documents for on-demand viewing — announced that it raised $3.4 million in funding led by Rock River Capital Partners and Cultivation Capital with participation from the Rise of the Revolution’s Rest Seed Fund and Winnebago Seed Fund.
The new funding round will be used to expand the company’s sales and marketing teams and continue platform innovation.
AirDeck is known for solving some of the biggest challenges in business communication today, which is that companies waste countless hours going back and forth reviewing documents, proposals, contracts, and presentations. And scheduling “live” meetings is a logistical nightmare and sending flat presentations and documents without any context is ineffective when trying to convey your message.
As the world is becoming more remote and distracted, effective communication is now more important than ever. And AirDeck was created so users can add verbal or video recordings to increase engagement when sending documents and presentations on-demand.
“AirDeck has seen tremendous growth since launching the company this year. It’s amazing to see immediate customer adoption within a variety of industries. This round of funding will allow us to further our platform vision and expand our team.”
— Jason Weaver, founder and CEO of AirDeck
“We are excited to invest in such an innovative platform. AirDeck is changing document communication as we know it. Business agreements, pitch decks, webinars, and sales contracts can now all be sent with narration. It’s amazing to see it in action.”
— Andy Walker, Partner, Rock River Capital Partners.
“Workers need a better asynchronous communication solution that also facilitates document engagement; and AirDeck is delivering it, with a cloud platform that is both powerful and easy-to-use. We’re excited to help get this into the hands of more customers.”
— Paul Meier, Principal at Cultivation Capital.