Vancouver-based Taloflow has raised a $1.1 million pre-seed round as the company shifts its product market-fit.
Initially launched as LocoNoco, the company raised $500,000 in May 2018 to tackle the emerging robot software automation industry. In an interview at the time, Taloflow co-founder and CEO Louis-Victor Jadavji—who is also one of the co-founders of Wiivv—explained that business logic required in building enterprise applications hasn’t always been transportable or reusable.
Since then, the company rebranded to Taloflow and raised another round led by Victory Square Technologies. Participating investors in this round include Plug and Play Ventures, David Tedman, co-founder of Hootsuite and Invoke, Ross Wightman, founding engineer of Avigilon, and Aly Madhavji, founder of the Blockchain Founders Fund.Read More