StageSeed VC - II | Alive
Last Raised$960K | 1 yr ago
Spready is a platform that connects people to organizations. The company helps users to find work they like to do by leveraging user's 'personal social capital' identified as skills and relationships.
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Latest Spready News
Dec 11, 2020
Better yet, you can track them on an interactive map any time of day. The world needs a bit of joy right now; something to make everyone forget about the state of things and just have a bit of silly fun. Usually it's Santa taking care of holiday cheer this time of year, but it's 2020 and things wouldn't be right without something being askew. So instead of looking to the skies to see some reindeer and a sled, I ask you to glue your eyes to the screen and turn to a map maintained by Scotland's department of transportation where it tracks hilariously named snowplows cleaning up the roads. It's an interactive map where the world can peer down onto the roads of Scotland and see exactly where the country's snow plows—locally referred to as "gritters"—are battling the wintery conditions. via Arcgis | Traffic Scotland The map has been around since 2016, so these gritters have technically been trackable for about four years, but the inanimate objects have actually carried names for much longer. According to the BBC, Transport for Scotland began naming the heavy metal fleet back in 2006. It even ran a competition in primary schools across the country where students were responsible for coming up with the best names. Thankfully, Scotland got some better submissions than Boaty McBoatface . And in case you were wondering—yes, the names are proudly displayed on the side of the trucks in big bold letters for all to see. Here are some of our favorite gritters out on snow patrol right now: Mr. Plow
Spready Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Spready founded?
Spready was founded in 2018.
Where is Spready's headquarters?
Spready's headquarters is located at WeWork the ARGYLE aoyama 6F, Tokyo.
What is Spready's latest funding round?
Spready's latest funding round is Seed VC - II.
How much did Spready raise?
Spready raised a total of $960K.
Who are the investors of Spready?
Investors of Spready include Relic, Aristoteles Partners, Vertex Partners, CRG Investment, NEWh and 5 more.
Who are Spready's competitors?
Competitors of Spready include Hunt Club and 4 more.
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