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London-based 4th Office raises over £2.3 million to end email overload

4th Office, a London-based company that fights against email overload, has successfully raised a second round of funding of £2.3 million (Update – May 2023: The startup seems to be no longer in business under this website, and we therefore deactivated the original link). This recent round was led by new investors RSG Capital and Ben White, with participation from existing investor Notion Capital.

The mission of 4th Office is to free businesses from their over-reliance on email. 4th Office aims to achieve this through a cloud workspace combining communication, task and document management tools. Check out the video below this article to get a better impression of what 4th Office is about.

In addition, 4th Office also aims to solve other important issues around tasking, document versioning and review – and ultimately the fragmentation of digital IP and worker productivity, which is at the root of email frustrations. 4th Office takes minutes to set up, and is available totally free for entry-level use, with two very simple and low-cost pricing tiers for business and enterprise use.

More than 15,000 people are already starting their day on the company’s platforms. The second round of funding will be used to build traction by engaging with communities on social media and word-of-mouth. The young company plans to build on its product development team, who continue to evolve their product capabilities to incorporate customer and partner feedback. Earlier this month, 4th Office re-branded and relaunched its platform interface to great customer approval, having formerly being was known as BCSocial.

Bostjan Bregar, CEO and co-founder of 4th Office, explained: “Our vision is for every business to start their day in the 4th Office, rather than waking up to a wall of emails. We are passionate about creating a more productive, happy and creative economy for workers worldwide”.

By the way: You can find out about other interesting startups from the UK in this list.

Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of EU-Startups.com and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).


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