Hofy, a SaaS startup based in London, has secured $15.2 million in funding to allow companies to easily provide new hires with the hardware they need to work remotely. With participation from Stride.VC, Kindred Capital, Activum SG Ventures, TrueSight Ventures, 20 VC, and Day One Ventures, as well as prominent angel investors like Ed Lando and Azeem Azhar, the round brings the startup out of stealth.
Sami Bouremoum, Hofy CEO and Co-Founder, said: “Improving the remote employee experience is vital to building the workplace of the future. The world has shifted from a myriad of local talent pools into a single, increasingly competitive global talent pool. Hofy makes it easy for companies to onboard new hires anywhere in the world by setting up their home offices in just a few clicks – ensuring they feel as excited for their first day, ergonomically comfortable, and productive working remotely as they would in a traditional office, no matter where they’re located.”
Hofy is looking to facilitate remote working by allowing employers to easily rent, manage, and recover hardware for their remote working teams in a matter of seconds. The platform not only covers hardware ranging from laptops to chairs but also offers global coverage, allowing companies to truly take advantage of remote working to take their hiring to a new level.
Announcement: Hofy Raises $15.2M for Remote Worker Support