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Series A - II | Alive

Total Raised




Last Raised

$9M | 9 yrs ago

About Declara

Declara is focused on bringing data to life. The company, founded in 2012, builds a technology platform that uses machine learning, search, algorithms and recommendations to develop specific learning paths for individuals, making learning a constant discovery. Instead of giving every person the identical learning path, the Declara platform surfaces the right content in the right context. Based on an individual's interactions with informational data - blogs, web sites and documents - and social data - tweets, posts, colleagues, experts - the Declara platform creates a CognitiveGraph giving every individual their own personalized learning path. This platform is already being used to drive learning across a diverse group of organizations to accelerate innovation; increase efficiency and drive large-scale transformations.

Headquarters Location

977 Commercial St

Palo Alto, California, 94303,

United States


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Latest Declara News

Virgin Orbit de multimillonario Richard Branson se declara en bancarrota

Apr 4, 2023

La medida llega después de que la compañía anunciara, la semana pasada, el despido de 675 empleados, es decir, el 85% de los efectivos. Su cohete de 21 metros, lanzado desde un Boeing 747 frente a las costas de Cornualles (Reino Unido) no logró alcanzar su órbita a principios de enero, provocando la pérdida de los nueve satélites que transportaba y precipitando la caída de Virgin Orbit. Lima, 04/04/2023 05:24 a. m. Virgin Orbit, que diseña cohetes para el lanzamiento de satélites pequeños, se declaró en bancarrota acogiéndose al capítulo 11 de la ley de quiebras de Estados Unidos y será puesta en venta, anunció la empresa este martes. La medida llega después de que la compañía anunciara, la semana pasada, el despido de 675 empleados, es decir, el 85% de los efectivos de esta filial del imperio del multimillonario británico Richard Branson. “Aunque hayamos realizado unos esfuerzos considerables para mejorar nuestra situación financiera y obtener una financiación adicional, tenemos que hacer lo que sea mejor para la empresa”, indicó el presidente de Virgin Orbit, Dan Hart, citado en un comunicado. Colocarse bajo la protección de la ley estadounidense de quiebras “representa la mejor vía para identificar y finalizar una venta eficaz y optimizar el valor de la empresa”, agregó. Su cohete de 21 metros, lanzado desde un Boeing 747 frente a las costas de Cornualles (Reino Unido) no logró alcanzar su órbita a principios de enero, provocando la pérdida de los nueve satélites que transportaba y precipitando la caída de Virgin Orbit. Richard Branson. (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival ) Creada por Richard Branson en 2017, la compañía pretendía ofrecer “un método nuevo e innovador de lanzar satélites” y logró poner 33 en órbita, según Dan Hart. Por todo el mundo han aparecido proyectos de pequeños lanzadores, pero sólo uno continúa siendo operativo, el del neozelandés RocketLab. El lunes por la noche, el título de Virgin Orbit en la Bolsa de Nueva York caía un 3%, a 19 centavos. Fuente: AFP

Declara Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Declara's headquarters?

    Declara's headquarters is located at 977 Commercial St, Palo Alto.

  • What is Declara's latest funding round?

    Declara's latest funding round is Series A - II.

  • How much did Declara raise?

    Declara raised a total of $30M.

  • Who are the investors of Declara?

    Investors of Declara include EDBI, Linden Venture Fund, DCVC, Founders Fund, SuRo Capital and 6 more.

  • Who are Declara's competitors?

    Competitors of Declara include Civitas Learning and 1 more.

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