Building energy management software firm Sefaira pulls in $10.8 million in a recent Series A

Recently, Sefaira, a building design and retrofit analysis software developer with offices in London and New York City, closed a $10.8 million Series A investment round led by Point Judith Capital. The company told Lux Research that the bulk of the investment will be split between continued research...

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