April 16 (Reuters) - Slack, which makes software to help improve team communication, said it raised $160 million in a round of funding, valuing it at $2.8 billion.
The San Francisco-based startup, whose tool helps people exchange messages, videos and images, said new investors include Horizons Ventures, Digital Sky Technologies (DST Global), Index Ventures, Spark Capital Growth, and Institutional Venture Partners.
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