Denver – June 10, 2022 – Cooley advised Guild, a career opportunity platform, on its $175 million Series F financing round, bringing the company’s valuation to $4.4 billion. Lawyers Matthew Dubofsky, Mystery Murphy and Paul Holmer led the Cooley team advising Guild.
The round will accelerate Guild’s ability to capitalize on its momentum expanding into dynamic, in-demand sectors, such as healthcare and financial services. In addition, Guild will use the funding to build out its career opportunity ecosystem to continue serving frontline employees with best-in-class solutions that support them as they experience career mobility.
“We’re helping companies build the workforce of the future, while providing frontline workers access to the education, skills and career pathways to build a better future for themselves and their families,” Rachel Romer Carlson, CEO of Guild, said in a press release.
Cooley previously advised Guild on its seed financing through its Series D financing round, which propelled the company to unicorn status, as well as its Series E financing round and other corporate matters.
Based in Denver, Guild’s career opportunity platform enables forward-thinking employers to invest in their employees, unlocking life-changing opportunities for personal and professional growth through education and learning programs, career development, and one-on-one coaching. Guild partners with the nation’s largest employers to create cultures of opportunity that will help them attract and retain top talent to build the workforce of the future.
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