Major funding round completed at hologram messaging company

2mee, a Direct Human Messaging platform that allows brands, businesses and public sector bodies to use holograms to talk to audiences and stakeholders, has completed a £500,000 funding round.

The capital injection will allow York-based 2mee to shift up a gear with its sales and marketing activity and grow its commercial team as it looks to partner with organisations, agencies and government departments seeking to connect with people on a human level.

2mee’s patented technology allows users to send Human Hologram Messages directly to customers, clients and recipients.

It allows customers to send messages across all the channels where their audiences are active including web – via push and pull messaging – and native mobile applications.

2mee has been designed to do everything a studio can do but from a mobile phone. The user records the person delivering the message from any setting, then 2mee recognises the face and cuts out the surrounding clutter, focusing the viewer on the person and the message.

James Riley, CEO, said: “Closing our latest funding round is a milestone moment for 2mee as it will allow us to deploy our ambitious expansion plans and help more organisations leverage the power of face-to-face communication.

“2mee has been developed specifically to allow users to connect with their audiences on a human level, creating incredibly valuable emotional relationships that ultimately take engagement to the next level.

“We have already come a long way in a short space of time, but with the raised capital we can now drive even greater awareness of 2mee among brands, businesses, agencies and bodies across the North and beyond.”

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