Deepnote Raises $20M Series A Financing
Gunderson Dettmer represented client Deepnote, a startup that is building a data science platform on top of Jupyter-compatible notebooks, in its $20 million Series A financing co-led by Index Ventures and Accel. The company plans to use the new funding to build out its product and expand its foothold in the data science community.
In the announcement of the transaction, co-founder and CEO of Deepnote Jakub Jurovych said, “Two years ago, you would have to know how to write Python to get any value out of the notebooks. Today, you just receive a link from someone else who is technical on the team and if you want to tweak the visualization, it’s actually a pretty simple thing to do. If you want to leave a comment, provide some feedback, you don’t have to be the most technical person in the world.”
The Gunderson deal team was led by Nicholas Markman and included Aaron Fiske, Alli Henry, Jamilah Mena, and Erika Athens.