Presentation software provider Chronicle raised $7.5 million in seed from Accel and Square Peg

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Presentation software provider Chronicle raised $7.5 million in seed from Accel and Square Peg where angel investors from Apple, Google, Meta, Slack, Stripe, Superhuman, OnDeck, and Adobe also participated.

Chronicle enables users to create presentations with ‘pre-designed blocks’ or templates within a few minutes.Chronicle will use the current proceeds to develop new products and hire new employees for its core team. Chronicle, according to the startup, is currently focusing on assisting founders in creating interactive presentations for pitch decks. Furthermore, it intends to broaden the product’s internal and external use cases. The startup recently completed beta testing and is currently expanding its product offerings. Its product pricing is also being discussed, according to Chronicle.

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Presentation software provider Chronicle raised $7.5 million in seed from Accel and Square Peg

Presentation software provider Chronicle raised $7.5 million in seed from Accel and Square Peg where angel investors from Apple, Google, Meta, Slack, Stripe, Superhuman, OnDeck, and Adobe also participated.

Chronicle enables users to create presentations with ‘pre-designed blocks’ or templates within a few minutes.Chronicle will use the current proceeds to develop new products and hire new employees for its core team. Chronicle, according to the startup, is currently focusing on assisting founders in creating interactive presentations for pitch decks. Furthermore, it intends to broaden the product’s internal and external use cases. The startup recently completed beta testing and is currently expanding its product offerings. Its product pricing is also being discussed, according to Chronicle.

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