Gemba, a company that develops high-quality training simulations with the help of Virtual Reality (VR), has raised $18M in a series A funding round led by New York investor Parkway Venture Capital.
The company is now valued at $60M! Gemba will use the funding to accelerate growth, expanding into North America and EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa).
Gemba aims to hire people responsibly, train them exceptionally, and further R&D to push the boundaries of what can be done in the world of Web3 and the metaverse using VR technology.
Within the official announcement article, Gemba says that customers can expect a wider choice of training simulations, tools, events, and learning experiences. In addition, as we advance in 2023, Gemba will also introduce some extra spicy things.
Colocation services, adaptable mixed reality, AI-powered consultants, and a customizable version for enterprise use at scale will all be introduced within 2023.
Since its launch in 2013, Gemba has believed that Virtual reality is the future of the metaverse. From then, they developed unique training formats and established strong partnerships with companies like Nike, Toyota, BMW, and Philips.