AmpMe Raises $8M

Montreal, Canada-based app company AmpMe has received $8 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Relay Ventures, with participation from Investissement Québec, Slaight Music, OMERS Ventures, Townsgate Media, Anges Québec Capital, and Real Ventures.

The latest investment brings the total funds raised by AmpMe to $10 million. Angel investors include Nathalie Marcoux, Etienne Veilleux, Martin Ouellet, Pierre Fleurent, Mark Britto, Dan Robichaud, Mike Cegelski, Richard Speer, as well as AmpMe CEO and founder Martin-Luc Archambault.

The AmpMe app lets users play music in sync across multiple devices.

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