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Undock Raises $1.6 Million for Its Software to Make Virtual Meetings Less Terrible​
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Written By Leniece Flowers

The two-year old startup ‘Undock’ has slowly been gaining traction and quietly building an interface that connects scheduling, meetings, and video conferencing.

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  • Founder Nash Ahmed, a Nigerian-American, built Undock an all-in-one video meeting interface
  • $1.6 million in a funding round led by Lightship Capital
  • The virtual office/learning environment will continue to create critical demands on software companies 
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