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Madrona, Microsoft, Salesforce invest in $40M round for online professional learning startup

Seattle’s Madrona Enterprise Group and the enterprise capital arms of Microsoft and Salesforce invested in a $40 million round for online coaching platform .

San Francisco-based GO1 serves greater than 3,000 organizations together with Delta, Thrifty, College of Oxford, and others with professional learning programs and compliance coaching. The corporate has seen engagement triple over the previous month as distant learning surges because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The funding got here out of Madrona’s $100 million , an funding car for later stage corporations and people based mostly outdoors of the Pacific Northwest. Different traders in the Collection C round embrace SEEK, M12, Salesforce Ventures, and Our Innovation Fund.

“By aggregating coaching content material from a broad set of content material suppliers, GO1 redefines how enterprises procure coaching content material and the way workers eat it in an on-demand foundation by way of a contemporary self-service consumer expertise,” Madrona Managing Director S. Somasegar wrote in a . “GO1 additionally integrates with a wide range of key learning administration platforms and integrates with entrance ends corresponding to Microsoft Groups, which has seen unimaginable progress.”
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