ESPs containing Eloomi
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The companies here offer software to assist learning & development professionals with setting up and administering workforce training. Some of these systems enable workers to be publicly recognized for their achievements.
When was Eloomi founded?
Eloomi was founded in 2015.
Where is Eloomi's headquarters?
Eloomi's headquarters is located at Per Henrik Lings Allé 4, Hovedstaden.
What is Eloomi's latest funding round?
Eloomi's latest funding round is Series B.
How much did Eloomi raise?
Eloomi raised a total of $74.14M.
Who are the investors of Eloomi?
Investors of Eloomi include Great Hill Partners, Vækstfonden, Kennet Partners and SEED Capital.
Who are Eloomi's competitors?
Competitors of Eloomi include Amplifire, Odilo, WorkRamp, Studytube, manebi, 360Learning, Dozuki, MySkillCamp, GetCourse, OpenSesame and 21 more.
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