EverFi raises $40 million funding from major technology investors

EverFi funding

EverFi Inc., a D.C based education technology company popular as software leader in critical skills learning has announced $40 million in new venture funding. The round was led by Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos’s Bezos Expeditions, Alphabet Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt’s Tomorrow Ventures, and Rethink Education. The new investments partners join the groups of others investors include Allen and Company and Warhorse.

EverFi, founded in 2008 is a digital learning platform that offers products for all levels of education. The company runs on Software –as-a-Service (SaaS) subscription model and with the raised $40 million fund it can focus on suite of products especially in the areas like corporate learning and training.

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“EverFi has created one of the most powerful and innovative models in the education space,” said EverFi Founder and CEO Tom Davidson. “Our goal is to be the learning engine of every major corporation, university, and school district around these critical topic areas.”

EverFi pulled the funding soon after acquisition of LawRoom and subsidiary CampusClarity giving higher education customer count to 1300 institutions adding over 1500 enterprise compliance customer.

As of now the company has certified over 14 million learners in different critical skill areas. The company mainly focuses on areas like financial education, digital citizenship, diversity, entrepreneurship and more.

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