Spatial computing startup Talespin closed a Series C funding round valued at $20 million USD from several key investors. The round was led by SEEK Investments and Allomer Capital and saw participation from Accenture Ventures, Pearson Ventures, Go1, and Sony Innovation Fund.
The company’s platform aims to power talent development and skills mobility for the future of work. It enables content creators, platforms, enterprise clients and customers, and XR hardware partners to augment job and conversational skills using analytics, real-time feedback, and other tools.
The Los Angeles, California-based company boasts of working with notable clients, including AIA Hong Kong & Macau, Accenture, JFF, Farmers Insurance, and top Fortune 500 firms to facilitate upskilling solutions across industries.
Kyle Jackson, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Talespin, explained that developing immersive learning ecosystems necessitates for the enterprises to “change the skills profile and resources required to create content.”
“Our new funding and investor relationships will help us further scale this platform and realize our broader company vision for learning in the metaverse,” he added.
Tom Lounibos, Managing Director for Accenture Ventures, stated that Talespin was “ideally positioned” to take advantage of the amalgamation of learning and spatial computing “amid heightened interest in immersive learning, augmented reality and the metaverse.”
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