Zoba, a Boston, MA-based spatial analytics company, raised $3m in seed funding.
The round was led by CRV with participation from Founder Collective, Kaggle’s Anthony Goldbloom, Matt Brezina and Mark Cuban. As part of the investment, CRV’s Izhar Armony will join Zoba’s board.
The company intends to use the funds to further expand operations and platform, as well as grow the team.
Co-founded by Joseph Brennan and Daniel Brennan, Zoba is building spatial analytics solutions to improve the efficiency of cities and the lives of the people that live in them. The company’s first product allows shared mobility companies to predict demand for their services using environmental data, then optimize their networks, increasing adoption and customer satisfaction.