Viska closes a $1.2M investment round to focus on sales of an employee training app.

Iceland Investments 18 August 2017
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Viska, an Iceland-based startup working on an employee training application, raised a $1.2M seed investment round. The money comes from local investors Brunnur Ventures and Investa and will be used to to speed up product development, onboard more customers, and expand the sales efforts internationally.

Viska was founded in 2017 by Árni Hermann Reynisson, Stefanía Bjarney Ólafsdóttir and Vala Halldórsdóttir (CEO), who previously worked for QuizUp. The company has developed a mobile application that aims to revolutionise employee training with the advent of new technologies and artificial intelligence. Prior to this deal, the company received a local grant of $450k.