|Industry||Human Resources Technology|
|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
San Francisco, United States
Number of locations
|2 (San Francisco, New York City)|
Area served 🗺️
|Maynard Webb, Mike Bergelson, Colin Schiller, John Oh|
Number of employees
|150 - 250|
Everwise focuses on making professional development scalable via mentoring and leveraging learning experiences. The current Software as a service (SaaS) platform allows end users to build their own personal board of directors.
The Everwise web service launched in late 2012. In December 2014 the company raised $8 million in a funding round led by Canvas Venture. Since then, the company has secured another US$16 million round from Sequoia Capital.
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