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Overview

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Total Funding:$10.8M
Industry:HRTech
Founded:2014
Lead Investor(s):Cue Ball Capital

Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Jopwell's estimated annual revenue is currently $24.8M per year.(?)
  • Jopwell received $7.5M in venture funding in September 2017.
  • Jopwell's estimated revenue per employee is $145,000
  • Jopwell's total funding is $10.8M.

Employee Data

  • Jopwell has 171 Employees.(?)
  • Jopwell grew their employee count by 45% last year.
  • Jopwell currently has 1 job openings.

Jopwell is a career platform that helps Black, Latinx, and Native American students and professionals unlock opportunities for career advancement, not only when looking for a job but at all career stages. Our mission is twofold: Make a substantial, measurable impact on increasing Black, Latinx, and Native American representation and facilitate a national dialogue about diversity in the workplace. In 2017, Jopwell was listed as one of Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies and one of Entrepreneur's 100 Most Brilliant Companies. We're hiring! www.jopwell.com/careers Launched by former Goldman Sachs employees Porter Braswell and Ryan Williams in Jan. 2015, the Jopwell platform empowers our community to learn, connect, and apply for professional opportunities while enabling America's leading companies to connect with and recruit top talent from the most historically underrepresented ethnic minority groups. Leading companies across a range of industries (e.g. finance, technology, healthcare, sports, nonprofits, commerce, publishing, etc.) are actively recruiting on Jopwell. Examples of our partners include Lyft, UBS, Airbnb, BlackRock, Pinterest, Pfizer, Year Up, the NBA, Condé Nast, theSkimm, American Express, and Northwell Health (https://www.jopwell.com/partners). Our media arm, The Well (jopwell.com/thewell), publishes original stories, stock photography, and career advice from Jopwell's community and partner companies. Jopwell participated in Y Combinator's summer 2015 class and, in September 2017, announced $7.5 million in Series A funding. Investors to date include Cue Ball Capital, Y Combinator, Omidyar Network, Kapor Capital, Valar Ventures, SJF Ventures, Blue Ivy Ventures, Teneo Ventures, Magic Johnson Enterprises, Andreessen Horowitz, Joe Montana, and the San Francisco 49ers, among others.

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