One Saturday, just over a year ago, Blue Chilli’s Sydney offices — a loft-like space over three floors near the Queen Victoria Building — were crowded with entrepreneurs and the start-up community putting together new ideas for the government’s innovation policy.
GO1, a workplace training provider and course marketplace, has raised around $4 million in pre-Series A funding, attracting a stellar cast of new and current investors. GO1 helps organisations create customised online training and e-learning programs using their own materials or from GO1’s marketplace of workplace-related courses.
Brisbane-based edutech startup GO1, which helps organisations create online training and elearning programs for staff, has raised $4 million in funding from a mix of new and existing investors. Putting the startup’s valuation at over $15 million, the latest round follows the $1 million raised last year.
Australia-based education technology start-up GO1 has received a A$4 million ($3 million) round of funding from a group of domestic and US VCs for its expansion efforts in Asia, North America and Europe., Australasia, Support services, Technology, Early stage, Australia, USA, Education, Venture
Queensland education technology start-up GO1 has been boosted by a $4 million investment from venture capital firms and other investors, including Blue Sky Ventures, Tank Stream Ventures and Shark Tank’s Steve Baxter. Based in Brisbane, the company is among a select group of Australian start-ups to complete the prestigious Silicon Valley Accelerator program, Y Combinator.