Building Robotics raises another $12 million to target a key piece of office productivity

Last month, California-based startup Building Robotics raised an additional $12 million to continue to scale its Comfy. Existing investors, such as Claremont Creek Ventures and The Westly Group, participated in the round, as well as new entrants, such as Microsoft Ventures and CBRE. Interestingly...

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