Geospiza, a Denver, CO-based startup that enables emergency managers, first responders, and program managers to quickly make data-driven decisions, closed $1m in funding.
Backers included investments from Techstars, GAN Ventures, Next Wave Ventures, Chloe Capital, Alumni Ventures Group, Kokopelli Ventures, among others. In conjunction with Andy Boyd, an experienced disaster recovery industry leader, will represent the shareholders on the board.
The company intends to use the funds to enable mapping and data modeling, as well as facilitate sales and customer success team growth.
Founded in 2017 and led by CEO Sarah Tuneberg, Geospiza is an intuitive software platform that empowers emergency managers, first responders, and program managers with the data needed to improve results, ROI, to reduce risk, and enhance resilience in communities of all sizes.
The company is a 2018 Techstars Accelerator graduate.