Epoch, a San Francisco, CA-based employee experience platform provider, raised $3.6M in Seed funding.
The round was led by Rally Ventures with participation from Precursor Ventures, Turner Novak, m]x[v, and Maschmeyer Group Ventures, and a number of angel investors with deep operational and industry expertise.
The company intend sto use the funds to continue building the team and supporting customer demand.
Led by CEO Jade Choy, Epoch automates and analyzes all virtual and in-person internal events for teams to work as a catalyst for growing companies to shape their culture. Through Epoch, people and employee experience teams can engage with their employees and empower them through various employee-centric programs, while receiving data-driven insights and feedback.
The company serves organizations like Reddit, Datadog, Credit Karma, Asana, Zynga, Udemy, Stack Overflow, Affirm, Iterable, Hinge, and more.