After two years, Mobeus breaks barriers with first-of-its-kind technologies powered by transparent computing
Mobeus, a company born from the belief that technology should be frictionless, announced today that it had raised $24M, including a $12M Series A round. Mike Sutcliff, former group chief executive at Accenture Digital, and Richie Etwaru, seasoned technology executive and digital entrepreneur, co-founded Mobeus with a broad vision to create technology that improves how people express themselves. While in stealth, Mobeus assembled a remote-first international team of approximately 100 employees in six countries who have come together to redefine what it means to connect.
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Mobeus Emerges from Stealth with $24M in Funding to Invent Technology That Enables Deeper Human Connections (Graphic: Business Wire)
“With today’s announcement, Mobeus will be making investments toward building a global business that provides solutions for creating radically new experiences for the way people connect, collaborate, and transact with each other,” said Mike Sutcliff, co-founder, and CEO of Mobeus . “We have been working behind the scenes, observing how humans connect and uncovering ways to improve on the status quo. Taking what we have learned, our team has created never-before-seen technology that will raise the standard for what is possible. ”
Mobeus was born in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, which accelerated the need for remote, on-demand meetings. While the percentage of employees …