Button Raises $12M


Button, a company that allows different apps to talk to each other so an user can jump from one app to the next, has raised a $12 million in a Series A led by Redpoint Ventures. Other investors in the round include Greycroft, DCM, VaynerRSE, Slow Ventures, and former NBA commissioner David Stern. Redpoint’s Chris Moore will be joining the Button board. Here is a blog post he did on Button you may enjoy reading.

Button partners include Uber, Drizly, Glamsquad, Hello Vino, Resy, Tablelist, WunWun, and Zeel.

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