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Leadr, according to the business, is a people development software meant to assist organizations in growing and developing their employees at all levels of the organization.
FREMONT, CA: Leader, a rapidly growing human resource software company, has closed their Series A funding with a $10M investment round led by Bedrock. Leadr friends and family also contributed to the Series A round, including Leadr Co-founder and Executive Chairman of the board, Chris Heaslip, Intuit Chief Revenue Officer, Bobby Morrison, and Push pay Co-Founder, Eliot Crowther.
Leadr, according to the business, is a people development software meant to assist organizations in growing and developing their employees at all levels of the organization. Leadr grew rapidly in its first year as it disrupted the human resources sector, and the company continues to amaze investors such as Bedrock with its innovative relationship model and approach to people management software.
"The Leadr team has made incredible progress over the last 12 months despite challenging circumstances faced by all businesses across the globe," stated Leadr's Chris Heaslip. "We've grown from zero customers a year ago to serving over 340 organizations today, which shows that organizations are looking to invest in and grow their staff, and Leadr is helping them do so. This investment will enable us to develop the leaders this world needs."
According to Bedrock, the investment firm's purpose is to fund daring digital startups that are challenging today's narratives; among the firm's investments are Vercel, Workwise, Plaid, Check, and Cameo. Managing Partner Geoff Lewis, who spent five years at Silicon Valley-based Founders Fund before founding Bedrock, has previously collaborated with Chris Heaslip on a range of projects.