BHyve raises $300K in a funding round

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BHyve, a platform for the future of work, has received $300K in funding from the JITO Angel Network, LetsVenture, and other angel investors. BHyve helps scattered and remote workers are productive and get access to employee expertise. 


BHyve, a future of work platform, has raised $300,000 in a JITO Angel Network, LetsVenture, and other angel investors. BHyve is a platform for disseminating tacit employee knowledge and allowing peer learning networks in the future of work.

BHyve, which was backed by 100X.VC in May 2021 will utilize the newly invested money for marketing to boost sales and develop the brand. It will also use the cash to improve its technology and expand its customer base.

BHyve is a SaaS future of work platform that promises to assist businesses to document tacit knowledge and allow peer learning networks, resulting in a 35 percent boost in productivity, a 30% decrease in time spent seeking information, and a more engaged future-ready workforce.

Raising money through JITO Angel Network has been an insightful experience. We appreciate the hands-on nature and speediness of the deal. With a supportive team, Great smart capital, and a very progressive investment thesis, has helped us to demonstrate our vision and get marquee investors on board.

Omkar Pandharkame, a co-founder of BHyve

The co-founders of BHyve are Mr. Pandharkame, an organizational psychologist; Ketaki Ogale, a Fordham University MBA; and Vihang Mirkhelkar, who has scaled technology for high-growth businesses in Silicon Valley.

The company was founded during the epidemic and debuted in February 2021 to help scattered and remote workers are productive and get access to employee expertise. 

Atal Incubation Centre and Rambhau Malge Prabodhini are both working with the company. It claims to service top companies in the BFSI, healthcare, pharmaceutical, and manufacturing industries and plans to join the North American market shortly.

Employees are the most important assets of any company, and BHyve has an innovative platform to cater to the future of work. To remain competitive, all progressive companies around the globe will need this platform. At 100X.VC, we are delighted to be the first institutional investor in BHyve as we firmly believe that the founders’ vision will make BHyve a truly global company.

Ninad Karpe, Partner at 100X.VC

JITO Angel Network (JAN) is a new community-based startup financing platform. The network now has a diverse portfolio, has invested in over 45 firms, and has made a few exits. The firm is particularly interested in investing in space-related and defense-related businesses.

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