Japanese startup Kamarq raises $3.2M to manufacture smart tables


As we move towards a connected world, there’s an increasing number of smart furniture being created to answer the rising consumer demand for tech-focused household items. In Japan, one of the rising stars in this sector is Kamarq’s Sound Table. Developed by startup Kamarq Holdings, the Sound Table is an IoT furniture that can play music and nature sounds by the use of an app. Kamarq Holdings recently announced it has raised $3.2 million from Energy & Environment Investment, Saison Ventures, iSGS Investment Works, and angel investors. According to sources, the capital will be used to manufacture more Sound Tables and similar devices.

You can read about the funding here.

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