London-based talent acquisition, engagement, and retention platform Beamery has raised $50 million in a Series D funding round representing a 25% valuation uplift over their previous round. The funding round was led by existing investor Teachers’ Ventures Growth (TVG).
The company’s AI-powered talent platform helps world’s largest and most innovate companies such as General Motors and Johnson & Johnson to make the right decisions about their workforce, and supports businesses through each stage – in recruiting, talent mobility and development, upskilling.
Beamery’s Talent Lifecycle Management platform, London, UK, was founded in 2013. The platform helps the world’s largest employers increase agility at all stages of the talent lifecycle. “Beamery was founded on the premise that regardless of where you live, your background, pedigree, race, or religion, that everyone should have the same access to work, and that companies needed to fundamentally transform their hiring process,” Abakar Saidov, Co-founder & CEO, Beamery. In 2021 alone, Beamery helped companies in more than 20 industries hire over 1 million people. The company provides equal access to meaningful work, skills and careers.