Claap is an asynchronous meeting platform for video and collaboration. Claap says its product allows employees to record a short video update on a topic, allow others to comment on the relevant part, and set a due date for team members to respond. Colleagues then view the video and respond in their own time.
It’s now raised $3 million in pre-seed funding from LocalGlobe, Headline, E.Ventures, Kima Ventures, and angels including Front co-founder Mathilde Collin, Oyster co-founder Tony Jamous, Nest and GoCardless founder Matt Robinson and Automattic’s head of product Aadil Mamujee. It also includes a group of 30 angels such as Ian Hogarth (Songkick), Olivier Godement (Stripe), Roxanne Varza (Station F), Chris Herd (FirstBase), Xavier Niel (Kima) and Shane Mac (investor in Remote).
2022 • Seed
Claap is an asynchronous meeting platform for video and collaboration which bills itself as the remote working equivalent of the “quick hallway catch-up”, and integrates with other workplace tools such as Trello or Jira. The company was able to raise pre-product, closing a $3M pre-seed with Headline, LocalGlobe and 30 business angels after having received around 20 term sheets in just 3 weeks.
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