French data-sharing specialist Opendatasoft eyes North America and Europe with $25m war chest

The company aims to to democratise data access across organisations

Kelsey Rees
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French data-sharing specialist Opendatasoft eyes North America and Europe with $25m war chest

French data-sharing platform Opendatasoft has raised $25m (€22m) in funding. The capital, raised from a mix of existing and new investors, will be used to help the company meet its goal of "democratising data use" and accelerate its global expansion plans. The data specialist is eyeing up North America with an expansion of its Boston office as well as boosting activities across Europe, including entering new vertical markets, such as retail, services and healthcare over the next ten years....

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