- The capital infusion will be used for expansion and growth
- Jump Capital invests in data-driven technology companies
Silicon Valley-based Workera, a skills intelligence platform, has secured $23.5 million in Series B financing.
Jump Capital led the round with participation from NEA, Owl Ventures, AI Fund and Sozo Ventures.
“The first step in workforce transformation is grasping what skills you have. Unlike most inference-based solutions derived from degrees or work experiences, Workera provides a high-fidelity signal and a powerful engine to target and accelerate learning and steer talent acquisition. We believe Workera will be the breakout winner in this emerging space, and we are truly excited to partner with Kian and his dynamic team,” commented Mike McMahon, co-founder and managing partner of Jump Capital.
The capital infusion will be used for expansion and growth.
Jump Capital invests in data-driven technology companies.