Founded Year

2013

Stage

Series F | Alive

Total Raised

$153.05M

Last Raised

$35M | 1 yr ago

Revenue

$0000 

Mosaic Score

+10 points in the past 30 days

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About Catalant Technologies

Catalant Technologies is an online marketplace that connects businesses to top talent for project-based work. Catalant offers a suite of software tools for engaging talent and manage all project-based work.

Catalant Technologies Headquarters Location

25 Thomson Place 7th Floor

Boston, Massachusetts, 02210,

United States

617-446-3734

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  • Enterprise Marketplace Offering

    Catalant’s Expert Marketplace is a technology platform for enterprises and businesses of all sizes to identify, engage and pay the leading independent and highly skilled external “Experts” for project-based work.

    Differentiation

    Catalant’s Expert Marketplace saves your organization time and money while driving better business outcomes by digitizing and streamlining engagement of high-end external talent. The Catalant Exper… 

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Latest Catalant Technologies News

Don’t Sell Yourself Short, A Good Mentor Can Help Grow Your Career

Jun 9, 2022

There’s a lot a new sales rep can learn from a mentor — but it’s important to work on the relationship. Written by Anderson Chen June 9, 2022Updated: June 9, 2022 In sales, presentation is everything. That’s not lost on Dan Fitzgerald, enterprise sales director at Catalant Technologies . He still recalls vividly the day he tried to hide the holes in his deals desk presentation, hoping that nobody would see the facade papered over with time and effort. A mentor at the time told him bluntly that nobody wins in that scenario. Seeking help, while unthinkable in a department run on meritocracy, is not only beneficial for the role, but necessary for long-term job satisfaction. Mentorship is a lifeline to a long tenure in sales. Establishing a robust mentor program allows new sales reps to progress through the company pipeline more efficiently. They absorb holistic skills and work culture more easily, without the pressure of saddling their direct managers with questions beyond the parameters of the power dynamic. It also gives mentors valuable leadership experience. As a result, both sides of the sales symbiosis observe increases in pay and position, according to a study by the Wharton School of Business. “You can extract a lot of mutual value out of the relationship,” Fitzgerald said. But having a mentor doesn’t automatically translate to real-life success; keeping the quality of the relationship strong involves transparency in communications and expectations. Otherwise, there’s a risk of having these weekly meetings devolve into vacuous, surface-level small talk. “I’ve had folks approach me as a mentor where it feels like they’re just checking some career development box,” said Fitzgerald. “You have to truly bring curiosity to the conversations and let yourself be a little vulnerable as to what you’re looking to accomplish.” He now has a committee of mentors that he touches base with regularly, tailoring each check-in according to work styles and needs. To get a deeper look at how Catalant Technologies allows their sales reps to establish a well-rounded career roadmap and better personal growth, Built In Boston sat down with Fitzgerald to see how he has benefited from finding — and keeping — valuable mentor resources. How did you identify and approach your mentor? I started at Catalant when the sales team was around 10 people, so there weren’t formal mentor programs available yet. There were benefits to that: In a small but growing team, even the most junior employees end up in mission-critical meetings and situations where you are forced to grow up fast. You get to see executives in high-pressured sales calls, and you get to be in the room as they debrief big customer meetings. You can absorb a lot of value for your career by just being a sponge in moments like that. I’ve been fortunate enough to have the same manager since 2015. My boss has grown and developed throughout his time in the sales org just like I have. A lot of business books would say your manager can’t be your mentor — and I agree with that at a high level — but you can develop a more trusting and long standing relationship with one like I have. My advice is to find a committee of mentors — find a lot of folks you admire and start to build relationships early on in your career. Empathy is a superpower in sales, so build cross-functional mentor relationships that give you insight into other parts of the business too. What do you two talk about? Do you and your mentor have regularly scheduled conversations, or is the cadence of your relationship more fluid? I’d say I have about four or five folks I would consider part of my committee of mentors, including my manager. With a few, it’s more structured — monthly or quarterly check-ins, and that works well. Others, it’s more reactive or on-demand based on needs. It’s true that what you really get out of a mentor relationship is what you put in. If you’re expecting that just by meeting regularly you’ll magically absorb all the necessary value, you’ll be left with really disingenuous and loose relationships. Transparency in your strengths, weaknesses and goals will help your mentor in terms of how to help guide and coach you. Empathy is a superpower in sales.”   How has having a mentor changed your career trajectory or viewpoint on sales overall? After each promotion, the typical wave of performance pressure plus imposter syndrome can set in. You want to perform well and prove the promotion was well earned. With a mentor or group of mentors, you get to have coaches behind you when you need it most in times like that. If they’re a sales leader, they’ve been in your exact position before — they can show you the potholes in the road. Having a mentor or group of mentors doesn’t just equate to promotions, pay bumps or instant success. Networking is important, but sales is still largely a game of merit. Even simple things can mean a huge difference. I remember preparing for a deal desk for hours, then going in and trying to defend my deals by hiding bombs I hadn’t uncovered. I had a mentor tell me that was a lose-lose; a loss for me in not getting the help or advice I needed, and a loss for the company in revenue. So I started approaching those meetings by being honest about the state of my deals and what’s missing. Deal desks went from anxiety-ridden to being really productive sessions where I was able to get the help I needed.

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  • When was Catalant Technologies founded?

    Catalant Technologies was founded in 2013.

  • Where is Catalant Technologies's headquarters?

    Catalant Technologies's headquarters is located at 25 Thomson Place, Boston.

  • What is Catalant Technologies's latest funding round?

    Catalant Technologies's latest funding round is Series F.

  • How much did Catalant Technologies raise?

    Catalant Technologies raised a total of $153.05M.

  • Who are the investors of Catalant Technologies?

    Investors of Catalant Technologies include Highland Capital Partners, Mark Cuban, Bob Doris, General Catalyst, Mark Nunnelly and 14 more.

  • Who are Catalant Technologies's competitors?

    Competitors of Catalant Technologies include Tegus, Graphite, Business Talent Group, Upwork, Expert360 and 12 more.

  • What products does Catalant Technologies offer?

    Catalant Technologies's products include Enterprise Marketplace Offering.

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