Learnerbly, a SaaS marketplace for learning and development, has raised $10 million in a Series A round led by Beringea.

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Learnerbly, a SaaS marketplace for professional development, was at an earlier stage of development and initial investment in 2017. Since then, a lot has transpired, not least the COVID-19 epidemic, which forced virtually all types of learning, including internal corporate learning, to migrate to virtual.

Beringea led a $10 million Series A investment round for the British startup. Digital Horizon Ventures, BY Venture Partners, GO Ventures, and FJ Labs were also present. The existing investors were Frontline Ventures, Triple Point, London Co-Investment Fund, and UFI Ventures.

Rajeeb Dey MBE, the Founder of Learnerbly, said, “With the rise of the “Great Resignation” and employers globally concerned about how they retain, as well as attract top talent in an increasingly competitive market, the focus on learning and development has never been greater. Businesses are struggling to navigate the new normal of hybrid and remote working and facilitating the personal and professional growth of employees has become even trickier.”

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