Beatrust, a Company That Provides a Collaboration Platform for Large Companies, Completes $6.3 Million in Series a Funding
Beatrust Inc., a Tokyo-based startup with the vision “to create a world where everyone can realize their potential” has raised 800 million Japanese yen (approx. 6.3 million US dollars; 1 US dollar = 127 Japanese yen) in a series A funding round from major Japanese and foreign angel investors.
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JAFCO served as the lead investor, followed by new investors, Global Brain, Mitsubishi UFJ Capital, and SMBC Venture Capital. They were joined by angel investor William Lohse, who founded VC funds Social Starts, The Science of Health and Happiness, Joyance, and Delightful Moments, as well as being an early investor for Pinterest. Six additional investments were made by existing investors, including Itochu Technology Ventures, One Capital, CyberAgent Capital, Delight Ventures, PKSHA SPARX Algorithm #1, and Mizuho Capital.
With the support of new shareholders, Beatrust will further strengthen both product and sales structures, and accelerate functional development, including advancing infrastructure and security development especially for enterprise companies. In addition, we will increase speed in growing the team to research oversea markets and strengthen organizational structure.
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