Boulder startup MobileDay lands $1M in equity funding
MobileDay, a Boulder-based startup that developed an app that allows one-touch access to conference calls, has raised an additional $1.034 million in funding, according to filings made with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Brad Dupee, a MobileDay co-founder, said the money will go toward developing and marketing the paid version of the company’s business mobile app.
MobileDay’s existing investors — among them Foundry Group and SoftBank Capital — participated in the round, Dupee said.
At the close of last year, MobileDay raised $1.475 million. A few months later, we caught up with co-founder Jim Haid to get an update on the company’s progress.
Separately, MobileDay announced today that its app was available on the iPad and also launched new features including Skype audio support.
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