$2.4 million raised for RoundPegg
Last Updated: 12:48 September 3, 2013
Boulder-based RoundPegg said 19 investors were involved in the latest equity raise, which also includes conversion of outstanding promissory notes, according to the regulatory filing. A company spokesman did not immediately return a request for comment about the campaign.
The total offering amount is $2,919,155, according to the regulatory filing.
RoundPegg makes software that helps companies hire employees whose cultural values align with those employers' stated values. Values addressed in the software include things such as risk-taking, organization, supportiveness and professional growth.
Industry statistics indicate that companies with well-aligned cultural values are six times more successful than are their competitors.
RoundPegg started in 2009 with $3 million in venture capital. In May, company co-founder Brent Daily said the company wanted to raise a round of capital for sales and marketing.
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