Funding & Acquisitions Roundup: Sqwiggle’s remote worker collaboration app garners investor attention and $1.1M—all through AngelList

By Editor August 30, 2013

By Brian Kovalesky, StartUp Beat Editor

Today’s early-stage startup funding and acquisitions news:

Sqwiggle, which offers an app that helps remote teams collaborate more effectively, has announced the completion of a $1.1 million Seed funding round. The capital infusion actually came through AngelList’s ‘Syndicates’ feature, which essentially lets investors on AngelList collaborate on investments. Individual investors for this round are listed here. The Sqwiggle app is designed to stay connected all day, and has built-in features that allow for group or individual collaboration within enterprises. It was founded in February of this year, and is based in San Francisco.

Vital Info.:


HQ: San Francisco

Founders: Tom Moor, Eric Bieller, Matt Boyd

Year Founded: 2013

Seed Investors: Via AngelList Syndicates

Innovation: A remote worker collaboration app for enterprises designed to stay connected all-day and facilitate seamless interaction between users.

Total Funding: $1.1 million

(Sources: TechCrunch, AngelList, CrunchBase)

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