GO1, a Brisbane, Australia-based one of the world’s largest corporate education content hubs for on-demand training and resources, announced it has raised a $200 Million in Series D round that has the company valued at more than USD $1B.
The round was led by new investor SoftBank Vision Fund 2, AirTree Ventures, and Salesforce Ventures, with additional investors Blue Cloud Ventures, Larsen Ventures, Scott Shleifer, and John Curtius from Tiger Global, and TEN13.
The company plans to use this new investment to continue and create new partnerships, expand product offerings, and grow its physical presence globally to support the more than 3.5 million learners at more than 1,600 customer organizations worldwide.
Company: GO1 Proprietary Limited
Round: Series D
Funding Month: July 2021
Lead Investors: SoftBank Vision Fund 2, AirTree Ventures, and Salesforce Ventures
Additional Investors: Blue Cloud Ventures, Larsen Ventures, Scott Shleifer and John Curtius from Tiger Global, and TEN13
Company Website: http://www.go1.com/
Software Category: New generation learning platform
About the Company: GO1 provides a platform that allows companies to upscale their workforce with on-demand training and a dynamic content-driven platform for companies that are open to learning. The funding follows an integration with Microsoft Teams, which enables organizations to use Teams to learn directly within their workplace ecosystem. Individuals can now find, consume, share, and discuss learning resources from its library of online learning resources. GO1’s platform can integrate into existing systems and provide a learning library from all the best providers.