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UCL spin-out Hazy adds $1.8 million in seed funding

2 August 2018

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Hazy, the London-based AI company enabling GDPR-compliant data sharing for businesses, has announced an additional $1.8 million seed funding led by UCL Technology Fund, alongside other investors.

This takes Hazy’s total seed funding to $2.8 million following a $1 million investment from M12 and Notion, awarded to the company in May, after Hazy was declared the European winner of global startup competition Innovate.AI.

Hazy, founded less than 18 months ago, was spun out of UCL (University College London), and raised £340,000 pre-seed in October 2017 in a round led by the UCL Technology Fund, which is managed by Albion Capital in collaboration with UCLB.


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