When was Hivebrite founded?
Hivebrite was founded in 2015.
Where is Hivebrite's headquarters?
Hivebrite's headquarters is located at 44, rue la Fayette, Paris.
What is Hivebrite's latest funding round?
Hivebrite's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did Hivebrite raise?
Hivebrite raised a total of $20M.
Who are Hivebrite's competitors?
Competitors of Hivebrite include Commsor and 2 more.
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