Offering video software and other features dedicated to workshopping, the idea is to pull people away from using more generic tools, such as Zoom and Microsoft Teams, which, arguably, arent well suited to workshops. Its also an idea that will be welcomed by many remote workers trapped in a groundhog day full of back to back Zooms — and one that has already attracted venture capital. Backing Butters seed round of $2.75 million, which is being disclosed today, is Project A. Others investing...

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