Dojo is an app that helps thousands of young Londoners find cool things to do in their city every day. We aim to make finding an independent Venezuelan coffee shop or a quirky pop-up bar as quick and easy as finding your nearest Starbucks or Wetherspoons. Our vision is that somebody in any city around the world will book a room with AirBnb, get there in an Uber and then find somewhere nearby to go with Dojo.
Company Growth (employees)
London, GB
Size (employees)
35 (est)-7%
Dojo was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in London, GB

Dojo Office Locations

Dojo has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
Warner Yard

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$1.2 m

Latest funding size

$1.2 m

Time since last funding

about 2 years


Dojo's latest funding round in June 2015 was reported to be $1.2 m. In total, Dojo has raised $1.2 m

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Dojo News and Updates

Dojo smart home security gizmo goes on sale in the US

 Security firm BullGuard has launched a consumer-focused Internet of Things product in the U.S., following its acquisition of Israeli startup Dojo-Labs last year. Read More

German “virtual coach” for e-sports Dojo Madness brings in $6 million

German Dojo Madness is a "virtual coach" designed to help e-sports players improve their game. The startup has just raised $6 million from the US investor Raine and the Korean donor K Cube bringing the company's total investment to $12.75 million. The post German “virtual coach” for e-sports Dojo Ma…

Dojo Madness raises $6 million for esports coaching apps and analytics

Dojo Madness, a Berlin-based esports big data startup, announced today that it has raised a $6 million in funding. The company will use the money to expand its data-driven products, including its Sumo coaching apps for training League of Legends players. No longer a niche pastime, the global esports…

UK antivirus firm BullGuard buys Israeli IoT security startup, Dojo-Labs

 UK antivirus maker BullGuard is acquiring Israeli startup Dojo-Labs to expand its portfolio of security products to the Internet of Things. Read More

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