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Superblocks raises $37 million in Series A funding round

According to the information provided by Superblocks, the 37 million dollar investment round was realized with the joint leadership of Kleiner Perkins, Greenoaks, Spark and Meritech.

Superblocks , which started out as a programmable service to facilitate the work of developers , announced that it received investment. According to the information provided by Superblocks, the venture received an investment of 37 million dollars in the A series investment round . According to the information conveyed by Superblocks, the 37 million dollar investment round was realized with the joint leadership of Kleiner Perkins , Greenoaks , Spark and Meritech .

Join the investment round, Airtable co- founders Howie Liu and Andrew Ofstad, Twilio co-founder and CEO Jeff Lawson, Okta co-founder and COO Frederic Kerrest, Firebase co-founder James Tamplin, Workday CEO Aneel Bhusri, Instacart co-founder Apoorva Mehta and Max Mullen, AngelList CEO Avlok Kohli, Fivetran’s Taylor Brown, Box CEO Aaron Levie, Yelp co-founder and CEO Jeremy Stoppeman, Starburst CRO Javier Molina, Brex CRO Sam Blond, Notion COO Akshay Kothari, DocuSign founder Tom Gonser, and Confluent co-founder Neha Narkhede also attended.

According to the information provided by Superblocks, the new investment of $ 37 million will be used to accelerate the growth of the company and expand its operations. Founded in 2021 by Brad Menezes and Ran Ma in New York, Superblocks offers a programmable platform focused on developers building custom applications for their company.

Offering a solution focused on saving time for developers, Superblocks’ customers include important companies such as Motive, Payhawk, Clearco, Papaya Global and Alchemy. Finally, let’s add that Superblocks can work in integration with services such as Azure, AWS, Google Cloud, Stripe, Slack, Airtable, GitHub, Saleforce and Zendesk.



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