HR DataHub, a London, UK-based HR data benchmarking platform, raised £1m in seed funding.
The round was led by the Angel CoFund and backed by an angel syndicate of seasoned HR experts including Chris Bruce and Michael Whitfield, founders of Thomsons Online Benefits; Oliver and Ben Black, founders of My Family Care and Tinies businesses; and HR DataHub’s new Chairman, Ian Dyke.
The funding will be used to further develop and scale the platform both domestically, and internationally.
Led by David Whitfield, MD, HR DataHub is an external HR Benchmarking platform for organizations to tackle issues that are right at the top of the boardroom agenda including reward, diversity, employee relations, recruitment, engagement, talent, learning & development, HR efficiency, and the gender and ethnicity pay gaps.
The company is collaborating alongside blue-chip names such as Transport for London, Dixons Carphone plc, EDF plc, Schroders Personal Wealth and Heathrow Airport on its groundbreaking sector-led Ethnicity Forums.