Mazlo, a Seattle, WA-based company that provides people with coaching programs to reach their potential for personal and professional development, raised $10m in funding.
The round was led by Polaris Partners.
The company will use the funds to develop the technology platform, create and develop additional programs.
Led by Tim Kilgallon, co-founder and CEO, Mazlo provides clients with “learn by doing” programs featuring a 10 minute a day practice over two weeks to develop new skills through daily, real-life exercise and a continuous feedback loop with a private coach.
The programs allow clients to develop a range of skills, including mindfulness meditation, conversational agility, positive body language, calm and connected parenting, constructive criticism, confident speaking, and time management.
The online personal development programs include a two-week curriculum made up of daily, ten-minute practical activities, programs designed and presented by subject-matter experts, a mobile-friendly user interface that delivers each day’s activity and facilitates daily interaction with a private coach, interactive exercises for reflection, practice, and real-life planning, private, 1:1 daily coaching delivered asynchronously via personal video message or written message.