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US network startup Linq is raising $ 2.5m Seed Circle


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Professional networking is undergoing a digital transformation.

Just a week after the new professional social network Polywork launched with a $ 3.5 million, Alabama-based modern networking startup Linq has closed a $ 2.5 million Seed circle.

The investment cycle is led by Mucker Capital. The Alabama Futures Fund and Bill Smith, founder of Shipt, where all three Linq founders previously worked, also participated.

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Linq co-founder and CEO Elliot Potter commented: “The last year at Linq has been marked by rapid growth and consolidation of the market we serve.

“This investment could not have come at a better time, as we are ready for more breakout growth in the reopening of the world.

“The pandemic has accelerated the need for smart, non-communicative capabilities like ours, and we haven’t seen that disappear.”

Mucker’s capital partner Omar Hamoui added: “The future will require more robust technologies to bridge the gap between personal and online networking and relationship building.

“We believe Linq’s innovative product suite is uniquely positioned to capture the growing market opportunity.”

Linq plans to use the seed funding to continue to grow its team and add new products to its portfolio.

The company’s networking platform relies on QR codes and near field communication (NFC) technology to enable individuals to share information with each other.

This is done with the help of embedded NFC products, which include customizable business and wearable electronic cards, such as apple bracelets and watches. These products then connect to a smartphone app with the help of QR codes.

As well as helping individuals network better, Linq has developed a team -based version of its platform. It allows companies to create business cards, build a template for each team member’s Linq profile so they share consistent information with the outside world.

Linq teams also allow these employers to access real time analytics about their team’s networking success.

Organizations already using Linq include Tesla, Shipt, Harvard Medical School and Macy’s.

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