SuperNormal, a Stockholm, Sweden-based AI platform for business video recordings, raised $2m in seed funding. The round was led by the EQT Ventures fund with participation from angel investors Hampus Jakobsson, David Helgason, Mattias Miksche and Thomas Madsen-Mygdal.
Colin Treseler, CEO and co-founder of SuperNormal, said: “In the age of remote working with no clear endpoint for this pandemic, it’s never been more important for teams to feel connected. Clearly, the ability to meet colleagues wherever in the world they might be and share thoughts from anywhere is invaluable. The result is swifter and more meaningful feedback, bringing better collaboration overall. Beyond this, however, it’s also crucial to note how remote working can blur work/life boundaries, which is another key reason we built SuperNormal: people can reclaim their personal time, accessing information as and when it suits them.”
The company intends to use the funds to continue building the communication platform for work, as well as hiring to expand the remote team.
Announcement: SuperNormal Raises $2M for Video Team Collaboration