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6Wunderkinder closes USD19 million in Series B funding from Sequoia
Task management company 6Wunderkinder received USD19 million in a Series B financing round led by Sequoia Capital. Earlybird Ventures and Atomico also contributed to the said round. This was according to a report published by Venture Village.
The Berlin-based company's most recent funding round raises its total funding to more than USD30 million in total. According to the company's founder and Chief Executive Officer Christian Reber, 6Wunderkinder is currently valued at USD60 million. He also said the software has over six million users all worldwide, the report said.
Sir Michael Moritz of the US-based Sequoia would be joining 6Wunderkinder as a board member. In addition, Reber said the company would now focus on its expansion to the US. Having Moritz on the firm's board would be an advantage for that goal, the report explained.
At present, 6Wunderkinder is establishing a new office in San Francisco. The new headquarters would be used for business development, sales development, and customer support, Venture Village reported.