Voodle, a Seattle, WA-based asynchronous short video platform purpose-built for remote teams and the new workplace, raised $6m in funding. The round was led by Madrona Venture Group and Vulcan Capital with participation from M12, Cisco Investments and Hearst Ventures.
Voodle is a short video app for business teams to capture, share and discover important business moments as they happen where they work – home, office, or on the road.
“The shift to remote work is here to stay, and the new workplace requires tools that can shrink the distance between colleagues, foster an inclusive culture, and keep teams happy and productive,” said Forest Key, CEO and Founder at Voodle. “Voodle checks all of these boxes and more. Asynchronous short video is the perfect solution for fostering team collaboration and cohesiveness, for motivating and inspiring others, and moving business decisions along further, faster. It allows colleagues to inform and update as often as needed, without interrupting or adding more cycles.”
The company intends to use the funds to drive product innovation and expand its headcount – including executive leadership, sales, marketing, and engineering – as well as grow native customer segments, including the support for key tech industry roles, such as management, sales, customer relations, human resources and more.
Announcement: Voodle Raises $6M for Video Platform