Claap in a €2.5M investment round led by LocalGlobe.

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Claap, a Paris, France-based startup building a software tool for asynchronous meetings, completed a €2.5M ($3M) capital investment round.

The money was raised from investors led by the London-based VC LocalGlobe, joined by e.ventures, and angel investors Mathilde Collin (Front co-founder), Matt Robinson (Nest and GoCardless founder), Ian Hogarth (Songkick), Olivier Godement (Stripe), Roxanne Varza (Station F), Chris Herd (FirstBase) and Xavier Niel (Kima).

Claap, founded in 2021 by Pierre Touzeau and Robin Bonduelle, developed a software tool that can be used for managing asynchronous meetings. The solution helps users share updates, get feedback and solve problems without the need to be in the same room, at the same time.

Claap was previously pre-seeded by backers including Kima Ventures, Musha Ventures and angel investors Tony Jamous (Oyster co-founder) and Shane Mac (investor in Remote).

Total investments received (USD): 3.04M
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