LifeAt Spaces Got $3M, Peer Acquired New Talent, and More Seattle Tech News
Find out what Seattle tech innovators are up to after last week’s developments. This is the Built In Seattle Weekly Refresh.
LifeAt Spaces raised $3M. The set of productivity tools allows users to create their own digital offices. The Y Combinator graduate has secured funding from investors including Meta, YC, Pioneer Square Labs and others. LifeAt Spaces’ growth will focus on gathering more consumers and eventually businesses to its solution. [GeekWire]
Seattle Tech Quote of the Week
“Our 3D maps sit at the intersection of the digital and physical worlds, enabling users to access both simultaneously. We see it as a globally connected experience. This is an opportunity to create an exciting new world and bring back the emotional connection and sense of belonging that has been stripped from today’s social networks.” — Tony Tran, founder and CEO of Peer
Peer acquired Zenly engineers. Peer is developing a gamified social networking app. To fast-track its solution’s development, Peer acquired a team of engineers from Zenly, a public map application. The engineers built Zenly’s artificial intelligence-powered 3D maps. Peer’s solution incorporates AI, augmented reality and blockchain tech to produce a planet-scale 3D map that delivers a game-like social experience. [Yahoo News]
These Seattle tech companies raised the most funding in January. A quiet period for venture capital hasn’t left the Puget Sound tech scene high and dry. Several Seattle companies pulled through January with new funding rounds. The largest raise went to an app development software company. Check out what businesses are growing with the new money. [Built In Seattle]