26. August 2020

GRID closes $12M in Series A funding round led by NEA

We’re thrilled to announce that we have closed a $12M Series A funding round led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA), with participation from our existing investors BlueYard Capital, Slack Fund, Acequia Capital and other strategic partners! This funding will enable us to bring GRID to market and power accelerated product development.

For more information see our press release.

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28. August 2018

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16. October 2018

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03. November 2017

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14. December 2018

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