A fresh Avochato update from our CEO, Alex De Simone

Avochato announces $5 million in Series A funding

At Avochato, we believe customers are in the driver’s seat. Customers want the flexibility to communicate with businesses immediately and when they do, their experiences need to be personalized, instant, and always on. Facing these customer demands, sales, support, and customer success teams must rise to the occasion.

Fortunately, Avochato makes it easy for all business teams to connect with customers and deliver a seamless and efficient messaging experience every step of the way, from lead capture and nurturing to post-sale support. In less than a year, our team of five employees reached seven-figure revenue by using Avochato’s very own platform to acquire hundreds of new customers. We pride ourselves on sharing the insights we’ve learned with our customers to help them succeed.

Today we’re excited to announce we’ve raised $5 million in Series A funding to continue scaling success for our customers.

With this investment, we’ll grow our sales team and further develop our mobile messaging platform for businesses to continue offering the best customer engagement experience possible.

On behalf of the Avochato team, we want to thank our Series A lead investor Amity Ventures, our Seed lead investor XSeed Capital, Burst Capital, Base Ventures, and all of our fantastic angel investors and advisors who believe in our team, technology, and vision.

I’m proud to lead an extraordinary team with a stellar product that is changing the way businesses communicate — enhancing business operations and redefining what it means to offer an excellent customer experience. A very special thanks and congratulations to Christopher Neale, Ted Hanson, Ryan Axt, Josh Robinson, Joe Sanders, Liang Shi, Shane Frykholm, Alex Oppenheimer, and Michael Stoppelman for your incredible contributions to Avochato.

With gratitude,

Alex De Simone, co-founder & CEO

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