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Bengaluru based Employee Engagement startup Let’s Dive Raises Funds

Bengaluru based Employee Engagement startup Let’s Dive Raises Funds

Bengaluru-based Let’s Dive, a platform for remote employee engagement and building team culture, has raised US$ 1.7 million in funding on 29 November 2020.

 The funding round was led by Sequoia Capital India’s Surge. Others who participated in the round include Village Global and angel investors like Ravish Naresh, founder of Khatabook and Sai Srinivas, co-founder of Mobile Premier League among others.

Let’s Dive will utilize the funding to further build experiences to help remote teams eliminate isolation, ramp up the product’s sales, and build a cross-border product team.

About Let’s Dive

Let's Dive

Founded in July 2020 by Nitesh Agrawal and Om Prakash, Let’s Dive is a platform that eliminates isolation by bringing teams together and recreating a social space where participants connect through activities such as playing games like Poker, Pictionary and organizing YouTube watch parties. It is a platform for remote employee engagement and building team culture. Let’s Dive claims that it has attracted over 100 teams from 28 countries including Facebook, Google, Gitlab, Swiggy, and Hike among its clients. Currently, it’s an invite-only platform with 500+ companies who have signed up for early access.

“Having founded and run one of the first 100% remote working businesses, I have personally seen the importance of togetherness and team camaraderie as core pillars of company culture. Remote working poses a significant challenge for businesses trying to maintain this. With Let’s Dive, we set out to solve this problem and drive real engagement and interaction among colleagues online,” said Nitesh Agrawal, co-founder of Let’s Dive.

About the Founders

Nitesh Agrawal:

He was the founder and CEO of Indiez where he built a community of 10,000+ engineers from 50+ countries and was one of the first 100% remote organizations. He has previously worked at Housing.com, Ola. Nitesh is an alumnus of IIT Bombay.

Om Prakash:

He has built and scaled many startups. His previous startup, MyKarma was also successful. Before that he built Fitzoo, a SaaS platform for Gyms and FA Labs, an AI Innovation Lab.

What clients say about the company

“Transitioning from an office first company to 100% remote company was a big challenge for us. The culture was the biggest concern. Thanks to Dive, engaging team members and building an awesome culture is very easy. If you are part of a remote team, you have to use Dive. If not for you, use it for your colleagues because they’ll love it,” said Ravish Naresh, CEO of Khatabook.

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