The Story of Grid so far, from Beta to Series A and Commercial Launch, with Hjálmar Gíslason, Grid1 min read

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Hjálmar Gíslason, Founder & CEO of GRID, is this week’s guests on The SaaS Revolution Show.

After founding several companies, Hjálmar came to a realisation that there was a gap in the market between spreadsheet users and power-user tools – leading to the inception of GRID. GRID enables you to leverage your existing spreadsheet skills to build smart, interactive calculators, reports and scenario analyses.

In this episode of our podcast, Hjálmar shares what made investors excited about GRID which led to $15.5M in capital raised so far, why he enjoys empowering his team, and more.

Watch now, or listen to the audio-only version below:

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If you’re interested to hear about GRID’s story in more depth, give this article a read on the observations from raising a Series A in 2020.

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