$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 the producer and host of the podcast Soonish and a contributing editor at Xconomy. 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