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OQO

OQO is a San Francisco-based electronics company founded in 2000 by Robert Ford, Joe Betts-LaCroix and Joe Betts-LaCroix.

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Timeline

November 16, 2005
OQO raises a $20,000,000 series D round from Azure Capital Partners, Motorola Solutions and Paladin Capital Group.
October 1, 2003
OQO raises a $13,200,000 series C round.
October 1, 2002
OQO raises a $5,800,000 series B round.
December 1, 2000
OQO raises a $800,000 series A round.

Funding rounds

People

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Role
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Andrew Popell

Employee

Bob Rosin

Investor

Brian Young

Investor

David Snyder

Employee

Jeffrey David Reese

Employee

Joe Betts-LaCroix

Founder

John Wilson

Employee

JOSHUA REDNER

Employee

Moshen Chan

Employee

Naseem Badiey

Employee

Nick Plante

Employee

Pablos

Employee

Ravindra Sunku

Employee

Robert Ford

Founder

Robert Garrett

Employee

Robert Kelley

Employee

Seann Birkelund

Investor

Shivani Ganguly

Employee

Skip Lasky

Employee

Stacey Massey

Employee

Ted Staub

Employee

Wayne de Geere III

Investor

Zsuzsanna Major

Employee

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