$1.3M for LiquidSpace

Palo Alto, CA-based LiquidSpace has raised $1.3 million toward a potential $1.8 million round of equity-based financing, according to a December 20 regulatory filing. The stealth-mode startup was founded by former VengaWorks Venture Centers CEO Mark Gilbreath and Kardia Health Systems COO Doug Marinaro and counts Floodgate Fund’s Mike Maples as a director. According to its website, it’s developing technology that helps employees connect to their workplaces from locations such as coffee shops and hotel conference rooms.

Wade Roush is a freelance science and technology journalist and the producer and host of the podcast Soonish. Follow @soonishpodcast

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One response to “$1.3M for LiquidSpace”

  1. Thiago says:

    Seems like a fair price. Its happens to all companies at one point or another. It’s like the business circle of life. Here’s hoping they keep on providing great service. Thiago | http://www.sourceoffice.com/rockville.html