Electives announced a $2.25 million Seed Round of venture capital funding for its learning app. This brings its total raised to $2.3 million. The round was led by Boston Seed Capital. New England Patriots coach and former player Jerod Mayo also participated in the round.
Electives curates and matches a unique faculty of instructors for employer partners based on shared data. Teachers available on the platform include former FBI agents, top business school professors, Broadway performers, improv comedians, professional athletes, and more. The class topics range from Manager Training, Implicit Bias, Leadership Development, Storytelling, Gender Identity, and Cultural History.
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Source: Electives Raises $2.25M to Revolutionize Learning and Development in the Workplace
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