Envoy is a San Francisco-based platform that allows companies to reopen safe, flexible workplaces. It has raised $111M in Series B funding.
Brookfield Growth led the round, which also included existing investors Menlo Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz. Initialized Capital, Haystack and new investors BAM Elevate and Seven Seven Six were part of the deal. Triple Point Capital and Elad Gil also participated. The company’s latest round of funding brings its valuation up to $1.4 million.
The company plans to use the funds for faster hiring in its engineering, product and design teams, as well as invest in staying agile and delivering real-time solutions to COVID and hybrid work.
Larry Gadea is the founder and CEO of Envoy. Envoy offers hybrid work environments to connect people and allow them to collaborate. You can organize your schedules, book rooms and desks, welcome guests, receive deliveries, and verify your COVID vaccination status.
Envoy is currently used by companies like Slack and Pinterest.