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Kalendar AI wants its sales bots to win your next customers


Kalendar AI, a San Francisco-based startup that’s been building on top of GPT-3‘s language model — developing a SaaS for automating lead generation and sales outreach to make it easier for companies to get initial meetings with prospective customers — has raised $3.2 million in pre-seed funding from 500 Startups; The Lean Startup author, Eric Ries; VC firms Village Global and Metaplanet; and 20+ angel investors (including CEOs of “popular” but undisclosed companies).
“Our AI technology writes personalized invitations to ideal customers with personalized decks — inviting them to take a meeting,” explains founder and CEO Ravi Vadrevu.
The SaaS was launched in February this year, although the startup itself — which is called Kriya Inc — was founded back in 2017 and had been bootstrapping prior to raising this pre …

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