How to Runn up $2m in seed funding

How to Runn up $2m in seed funding
Runn co-founder Tim Copeland is also a co-founder of SilverStripe. (Image: supplied)
Henry Burrell
Resource management software startup Runn has raised US$1.4 million (NZ$2m) in a seed round with investment from New Zealand venture capital firm GD1, Wavemaker, NZGCP, K1W1, Dovetail Ventures, Icehouse Ventures, and Angel Marlborough.“The intention is really to build the next Xero,” Runn.io co-founder Tim Copeland told BusinessDesk. Despite this ambition, the company had been purposefully keeping quiet since its 2017 inception while boasting customers on the Fortune 500.“We really wanted to get the product right.“T...

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