San Francisco – January 31, 2022 – Cooley advised Lattice, a people management platform, on its $175 million Series F financing round, which triples its valuation to $3 billion. Lawyers Peter Werner, Jamin Agosti and Michelle Peleg led the Cooley team advising Lattice.
Thrive Capital, Elad Gil, Tiger Global and Dragoneer led the round, which also included participation from existing investors Founders Fund, HighSage Ventures, Shasta Ventures, Fuel Capital and Khosla Ventures, and several new angel investors. Lattice will use the new funds to continue to fuel its rapid growth across industries and regions, and to advance its product offerings.
“This new funding is a vote of confidence in Lattice’s belief that the world is ready for a new generation of people management products that put employees’ interests first,” Jack Altman, CEO and co-founder of Lattice, said in a news release. “Employees have more choice than ever before, and they’re exercising that agency to choose jobs that meet their expectations for growth and fulfillment. Companies that embrace this and build their people systems with the success of their employees at the center are the ones that will thrive in the new world of work.”
Based in San Francisco, Lattice enables people leaders to develop engaged, high-performing teams. By combining continuous performance management, employee engagement, development and growth in one solution, HR and people teams get powerful, real-time analytics leading to actionable insights to turn managers into leaders, employees into high performers, and companies into the best places to work.
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