The company will utilise the fund to accelerate its platform development in the metaverse and it will expand its service into high-potential new geographies
New Delhi-based Trezi, a metaverse platform that claims to connect architects, designers and building construction engineers with product manufacturers, has raised $2 million in a Series A investment round led by World V and YourNest Venture Capital. Auxano Capital and She Capital also joined.
The company will utilise the fund to accelerate its platform development in the metaverse and it will expand its service into high-potential new geographies.
Trezi operates on a SaaS model and allows its clients to upload architectural models for viewing, editing and remote collaboration in real time. According to a company statement, it onboarded leading brands like Schneider Electric, GMR, NCRTC, St Gobain, Orient Bell, The White Teak Company and Blue Star in 2021 to minimise construction wastage.
Tithi Tewari, managing director (MD) at Trezi, said, “Having started as purely a design communication enhancing product, Trezi’s offerings have expanded based on customer needs. This is what makes it a truly relevant product with a metaverse-based play for our industry. The kind of customers that use Trezi only strengthens this view further. We are excited about the next phase of growth.”
Anisha Singh, managing partner (MP) of She Capital, added, “This investment reflects our commitment to supporting promising and forward-thinking women-led companies in the technology space and we are excited to see what the future holds for Trezi.”
Shailesh Churiwala, Partner at World V, said, "The product can immediately demonstrate what the future would look like on a decision taken today with regards to your building at large and interiors of your taste. The way this is done is not just in the form of 2D or 3D images or videos but with an immersive environment where one can virtually walk and take a tour. This in itself is very powerful and can emanate many other possibilities in the immediate future. This is just the start.”