DeepHow featured in DBusiness, Detroit's premier business magazine

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DeepHow, an AI firm in Detroit, announced it has closed on $9 million in pre-Series A funding led by Sierra Ventures, a specialist in early-stage venture capital funding. Osage Venture Partners, Qualcomm Ventures, and pre-seed investor Foothill Ventures also participated in the funding round.

The investment for DeepHow, which turns technical know-how into how-to training videos, now stands at $13 million. The company states it will use the additional funding to solidify its technical lead, accelerate its market expansion in Asia, and fuel its enterprise sales and marketing initiatives.

“This oversubscribed pre-Series A round underscores the vision we share with our investors and demonstrates their confidence in our ability to build on our technical leadership and accelerate our go-to-market operations,” says Sam Zheng, co-founder, and CEO of DeepHow.

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