CoachHub, a New York-based leading global digital coaching platform, closed a $200 million in Series C funding.
Following an $80M Series B round only eight months ago, this Series C brings the three-year-old company's total funding to $330 million.
The round was led by Sofina and SoftBank Vision Fund 2, with participation from existing investors including Molten Ventures, Speedinvest, HV Capital, Signals Venture Capital, and Silicon Valley Bank/SVB Capital.
The round will be used to further scale CoachHub's product innovation and operations while accelerating the company's global expansion.
Round: Series C
Funding Month: June 2022
Lead Investors: Sofina and SoftBank Vision Fund 2
Additional Investors: Molten Ventures, Speedinvest, HV Capital, Signals Venture Capital, and Silicon Valley Bank/SVB Capital
Company Website: https://www.coachhub.com/
Software Category: Digital coaching platform
About the Company: Co-founded by Yannis and Matti Niebelschütz, CoachHub is the leading global talent development platform that enables organizations to create personalized, measurable, and scalable coaching programs for the entire workforce, regardless of department and seniority level. By doing so, organizations can reap a multitude of benefits, including increased employee engagement, higher levels of productivity, improved job performance, and increased retention. CoachHub's global pool of coaches comprises over 3,500 certified business coaches in 90 countries across six continents with coaching sessions available in over 60 languages, to serve more than 500 clients. Our programs are based on advanced R&D from our Coaching Lab, led by Prof. Jonathan Passmore and our Scientific Board. CoachHub is backed by leading tech investors, including Sofina, SoftBank Vision Fund 2, Molten Ventures, Speedinvest, HV Capital, Partech, and Silicon Valley Bank/SVB Capital. In September 2021, CoachHub acquired French digital coaching pioneer MoovOne and in February 2022 the coaching division of Klaiton in Austria, to build a global champion focused on democratizing coaching.