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Series A | Alive

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$4.9M | 6 mos ago

About AllWork

AllWork offers a platform that focuses on freelancer management to schedule, set up projects, confirm deliverables and set up pay rules. It provides an end-to-end platform that has been designed for the on-demand labor economy. It helps brands and retailers find, manage, and pay their employees and combines freelancer management software with payment services. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Edison, New Jersey.

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1090 King Georges Post Rd Suite 505

Edison, New Jersey, 08837,

United States

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Dec 16, 2022

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Prominent global business and consulting leaders including Pirojsha Godrej, Anant Goenka, Apoorva Patni, Keki Mistry, Ranu Vohra, Dhanpal Jhaveri, Vijay Malhotra, Bala Swaminathan, and Sridar Iyengar also participated in the round. What Uniqus Consultech does: A tech-enabled global platform that offers ESG and Accounting & Reporting Consulting Announcement date: December 8, 2022 Company name: Vaxxas Total funding: more than US$67 million (A$100 million) Investors: This investment round was led by existing investors OneVentures and UniQuest Pty Ltd. New investors include members of the Vaxxas Board of Directors, management team, and a number of individual investors. What Vaxxas does: Vaxxas is a privately held biotechnology company focused on enhancing the performance of existing and next-generation vaccines with its proprietary high-density microarray patch (HD-MAP). Vaxxas is targeting initial applications in infectious disease and oncology. Announcement date: December 5, 2022 Company name: Vaultree Funding round: Series A Investors: Led by Molten Ventures together with Ten Eleven Ventures. The additional A-round investors include top global cybersecurity company SentinelOne, along with Elkstone Partners, CircleRock Capital, Cyber Club London and prominent cybersecurity experts. What Vaultree does: Vaultree has developed the world’s first Fully Functional Data-in-Use Encryption solution that solves the industry’s fundamental security issue: persistent data encryption, even in the event of a leak. And Vaultree enables enterprises, including those in the financial services and healthcare / pharmaceutical sectors, to mitigate the great financial, cyber, legal, reputational, and business risk of a data breach in plain text. Announcement date: December 7, 2022 Company name: Virtualness Funding round: Seed Investors: Led by Blockchange Ventures and joined by Polygon Ventures, F7 Ventures, Micron Ventures, Better Capital, FalconX, Impact Venture Capital, Neythri Futures Fund, Oceans Ventures, Perot Jain, VC3 DAO, Carolyn Everson, Randi Zuckerberg, Nusier Yassin (Nas Daily), Nikki Farb, Stacy Brown-Philpot, and other thought-leaders. What Virtualness does: Virtualness is a mobile-first platform designed to help creators and brands navigate the complex world of Web3. Announcement date: December 14, 2022 Company name: Wasabi Technologies Funding round: Series D Investors: Headlined by Azura, SiS Cloud Global Tech Fund 8, and existing investors including Prosperity7 Ventures. What Wasabi Technologies does: Wasabi provides simple, predictable and affordable hot cloud storage for businesses all over the world. 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AllWork Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was AllWork founded?

    AllWork was founded in 2015.

  • Where is AllWork's headquarters?

    AllWork's headquarters is located at 1090 King Georges Post Rd, Edison.

  • What is AllWork's latest funding round?

    AllWork's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did AllWork raise?

    AllWork raised a total of $5.9M.

  • Who are the investors of AllWork?

    Investors of AllWork include FINTOP Capital, The Fund, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Great Oaks Venture Capital, Ken Landis and 3 more.

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