Tekvox raises part of Series A round of funding

Dec 1, 2014
Austin Business Journal

Tekvox Inc., an audio-visual technology developer, reported raising $200,000 of a planned $1 million equity financing


The Austin-based startup collected the capital from 20 investors, according to a Wednesday filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission


Tekvox, which was founded as a design consultancy in 2004, develops technology for audio-visual applications in education and corporate campuses. It was founded by Mike Slattery, the inventor of TekPatrol, who previously worked at San Antonio-based Datapoint Corp., New York-based Vidicom Inc. and state of Washington-based Rane Corp., according to the Tekvox website


Tekvox, doesn't disclose the number of workers it employs, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development Reed Hinkel said


In October, Tekvox reported completing a $510,000 debt financing from 13 investors, SEC filings indicate


Company officials disclosed earlier this month that investors have included the Central Texas Angel Network and other Texas angel investment groups such as San Angelo's Concho Valley Angel Network



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