Go1, an Australian large corporate education content hub for on-demand training and resources, raised $200M in Series D funding round.
The round, which brings the valuation of the company to more than USD $1 Billion, was led by new investor SoftBank Vision Fund 2, as well as AirTree Ventures and Salesforce Ventures, with participation from Blue Cloud Ventures, Larsen Ventures, Scott Shleifer and John Curtius from Tiger Global, and TEN13, as well as previous investors M12 – Microsoft’s venture fund – Madrona Venture Group, SEEK, and Y Combinator.
The company, which has raised more than USD $280m, intends to use the funds to continue and create new partnerships, expand product offerings, and grow its physical presence globally.
Led by Andrew Barnes, CEO, Go1 provides organizations with a SaaS platform to learn with the world’s most comprehensive online library of learning resources. Go1 pulls the world’s top online learning providers into one place, delivering all the learning an organisation needs in a single solution. The company says serves over 3.5 million learners and growing.