Miro, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a digital whiteboard for distributed teams, raised $50m in Series B funding round.
The round, which brought total funding raised to date to approx. $75m, was led by Iconiq Capital with participation from Accel, as well as Olivier Pomel, CEO/Founder of Datadog, Bob Muglia, former CEO of Snowflake, Bradley Horowitz, VP of Product at Google, Irene Au of Khosla Ventures and formerly of Google and Yahoo. Angel investors also include NBA legend Stephen Curry.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand operations and its business reach and development efforts (read the Miro’s post the see the planned use of the funds).
Led by Andrey Khusid, CEO, Miro provides an online collaborative whiteboard platform for modern work, enabling collocated, distributed, and remote teams to communicate and collaborate across formats, tools, channels, and time zones — without the constraints of physical location, meeting space, and whiteboard.
The company has a team distributed in offices in SF, LA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Perm, Russia.