The New York based educational startup comapny, General Assembly, has successfully raised $35 million. The funding was led by Institutional Venture Partners, a company that also backed companies like Snapchat and Supercell. General assembly offers tech courses on campuses across the US and they plan to use the funding to expand their reach. Find out more here!
General Assembly, the New York-based educational startup that offers tech courses in campuses across different cities, today announced that it has raised a Series C round of $35 million. The funding was led by new investor Institutional Venture Partners — a recent backer of consumer powerhouses like Snapchat and Supercell, but also of more B2B plays like Business Insider, and e-commerce ventures. Read More