- Digital whiteboard company Miro announced it has raised $50 million in Series B funding
Digital whiteboard company Miro announced it has raised $50 million in Series B funding, according to TechCrunch.
Iconiq Capital led the round with participation from Accel and several other individual investors. Some of the other investors who joined this round include NBA star Steph Curry and Bas Godska. Including this round of funding, the company has raised a total of $75 million.
Miro has seen a surge in growth during the social distancing and work-from-home measures associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Miro co-founder and CEO Andrey Khusid told TechCrunch that the company had planned an idea for a platform since thee early days.
“The concept from day one was building something for real-time collaboration and the platform thing is very important because we expect that people will build on top of our product,” said Khusid via TechCrunch.
So users can build integrations to other common tools and also customize the base tool for meeting the needs of individuals or organizations. The company is profitable with over 21,000 customers, including 80% of the Fortune 100. Some of the company’s customers include Netflix, Salesforce, Spotify, PwC, Deloitte, and Expedia.