The app the company developed is operable on the web or on an iOS device. The app comes with fonts, layouts, filters, thousands of templates, millions of royalty free images, and several other tools to assist creators. The app can be used by individuals or entire teams. The presentations that are build on Haiku Deck can be embedded inside a blog, a website, and work with Google Classroom.
The company is backed by investors such as Trilogy Partnership, Madrona Venture Group, Founders Co-op, and Techstars. In their Series A funding round, the company raised $3 million, after raising $1 million in seed. The target market that Haiku Deck aims for are startups, educational settings, bloggers, and companies that rely on presentations. The application has been used by students over 21,000 schools including the University of New Mexico, and the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
In 2018, Bookrags acquired Haiku Deck for an undisclosed amount, and the company was integrated with artificial intelligence to further enhance the presentation capabilities.
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Bookrags acquird Haiku Deck for an undisclosed amount
Haiku Deck raised $3 million in Series A funding from Trilogy Partnership, Madrona Venture Group, Founders Co-op, and Techstars
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Application for presentation creation
- PresentationProcess of presenting a topic to an audience
- Google ClassroomA blended learning platform designed to be used by educators for both in-person and virtual learning. It is a part of Google and was launched in May 2014.
- iOSMobile operating system written by Apple. iOS runs on iPhones and iPads.