Lattice HQ Fundraise

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Emailed on October 11th, 2019 in The Friday Forward

The secretive New York-based hedge fund Tiger Global Management  has led a $25 million Series C investment in Lattice, an employee performance and engagement management tool, with participation from the startup’s existing investors. 

The round, which values Lattice  in the ballpark of $200 million, says co-founder and chief executive officer Jack Altman,  comes just six months after the business closed a $15 million Series B led by Shasta Ventures. The HR tool, founded in 2015 by Altman and Eric Koslow, is also backed by Thrive Capital, the Slack Fund, Khosla Ventures and Y Combinator. 

If, like me, you're curious what an "employee performance and engagement tool" is/means... I'M WARNING YOU... just about every ad space that exists online will be filled with the following ad by Lattice:

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Sean Steigerwald