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Revolutionizing Sales: Louisa AI Secures $5M in Funding to Transform Deal-Making

Louisa AI, a sales enablement platform, has secured $5 million in its inaugural funding round, with notable investors including Oxford University’s investment arms, Palm Drive VC, Evolution VC, Nucleus VC, Gaingels, as well as former Goldman Sachs partners and US-based venture capitalist Sandiip Bhammer. The capital infusion is earmarked for enhancing its technological infrastructure and refining its product offerings, as stated in a press release by Louisa.

The company, which originated within Goldman Sachs before becoming an independent entity in 2023, prides itself on eliminating conflicts of interest and facilitating impartial connections to foster collaborative intelligence for more effective sales processes. Founded by former Goldman Sachs managing director Rohan Doctor, Louisa AI leverages network effects to revolutionize sales enablement and deal-making across various sectors, including asset management, banking, financial infrastructure, private markets, and technology.


With a user base surpassing 50,000 individuals, Louisa AI's products have gained traction within prominent institutions like Goldman Sachs and Insight Partners, as highlighted on its website. The infusion of funds underscores investor confidence in Louisa AI's vision and its potential to reshape sales strategies through innovative technology and unbiased solutions.


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