Drug developers and health care tech had no problem attracting investors' interest this week, as biotech startups took four of the top 10 rounds.
Australia-based Go1, an online hub for workforce training, announced it raised over $100 million in its latest funding round.
Maybe it was the holiday week that slowed things down, or maybe it's another sign of a weakening venture market, but big funding rounds were hard to...
Guild, provider of an online education platform with a focus on frontline employees, raised $175 million in a Series F funding round.
Edtech has had a standout two years.
WorkRamp, developer of a learning platform for businesses and their employees, announced a sizable funding round with a $40 million Series C.
Since last year, investors have poured more than $2.1 billion into an assortment of companies in the skilling space.
The Menlo Park, California-based firm is the largest investor focused exclusively on edtech.
The edtech industry changed in 2021, in part due to the pandemic, but other factors were also in play.
Needed, a perinatal nutrition and education startup, has raised $5.8 million in Seed funding to expand its offerings to address stress, sleep and...
While there has been a general acceptance that how we work has changed forever, the same can't be said for education, according to Gauthier Van...