Launched in 2017, with an initial $10 million round of funding, a year later, the company raised a whopping $65 million in a round that included some of the biggest names in venture capital, with Andreessen Horowitz leading the round and General Catalyst, YC Continuity Fund, and Sound Ventures as co-investors.
Unfortunately, the main casualties from Atrium’s pivot were attorneys, most of whom were laid off by the company.
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