Zoom Apps Fund completed its second round of investments into the developer ecosystem today, announced by the Zoom Apps Fund.
The second batch of investments contains 13 companies that are building solutions for an array of use cases, including Collaboration Productivity, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion DE&I PeopleOps, Gaming Entertainment, Health Wellness and Meeting Intelligence Sales Enablement.
Allo allows colleagues to be aligned and engaged as if they were in the same room.
Filo.co collaborates with virtual meetings and events, Zoom meetings, etc.
Mio allows Zoom Chat users to collaborate with colleagues, colleagues, and external contacts who use Microsoft Teams, Slack, or Webex.
Clovers uses human and conversational intelligence to speed up the hiring process, uncover bias, and put the right people in the right role every time.
Funomena makes games with a focus on fashion, dance, music, and collaborative play.
Moxie powers hybrid fitness, enabling consumers to work out with coaches virtually and in person without compromise.
Wellness Coach provides 1: 1 and group coaching for team wellness.
Avoma is an AI meeting assistant that automates important tasks throughout the meeting's lifecycle.
BuildBetter is a research tool to manage, organize, and share insights from things like user interviews.
Second Nature helps teams increase sales productivity by making sure all reps are sales ready through practice.
The investment effort is part of a $100 million global venture fund that is designed to support Zoom Apps and partners building apps and integrations on the Zoom Developer Platform.
Colin Born, Head of Zoom Ventures said that The Zoom developer ecosystem continues to be critical for innovating how Zoom users connect, collaborate, and get more done together. The first investment was announced in August 2021.