Teamflow raised $3.9 million for what it bills as a “virtual HQ” to engage distributed teams in work. Based on the screenshots provided to TechCrunch, it presents as a sort of visual intranet – like a floorplan that would lead the user to rooms to collaborate, chairs to have a chat, an area to collaborate on different apps, and so on.

It’s an interesting concept. I’m not sure if remote/distributed workers look to recreate a physical work experience online. One thing is certain, collaborations and communication apps are getting a ton of attention. $821 million VC was invested globally in this HR tech category.

Source: Teamflow lands $3.9 million for a productive virtual HQ platform | TechCrunch

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