Cloverleaf Raises $7.3M in Series A Extension


Cloverleaf, a Cincinnati, OH-based automated coaching technology company, raised $7.3M in Series A extension funding.

The round was led by Advantage Capital with participation from Conductive Ventures, Origin Ventures, ScOp Venture Capital, JobsOhio, Cintrifuse Capital and 1809 Capital.

The company intends to use the funds to extend its core automated coaching solution into more areas of professional development for everyone in the enterprise.

Led by co-founders CEO Darrin Murriner and COO Kirsten Moorefield, Cloverleaf offers a coaching tool with technology that sends personalized, meaningful coaching tips. By leveraging respected psychology data from behavioral assessments such as DISC and Enneagram, the company provides personalized coaching tips to team members directly in the communication and collaboration tools they use every day, including Google Workplace, Microsoft 365, Slack, and Microsoft Teams.

Cloverleaf also helps workplace consultants and coaches access insights into the way people and teams work to help sustain and scale their practices. Partnerships include Workday, Cornerstone, Gallup, and Blanchard to further enhance its integration capabilities for the enterprise.

Companies using it includes HP Enterprise, Kroger, and Monster Energy.