Sayge, a NYC-based professional development coaching platform for companies and their employees, closed a $1.7m funding. The round was led by Right Side Capital Management, with participation from Comeback Capital, EVPI, and FiDi Ventures.
“We founded Sayge with the belief that ways of working would become increasingly flexible, and that all employees would soon expect access to 1:1 professional development coaching. Both of these things have happened faster than even we expected over the past 18 months,” said Jamie Bryan, CEO and Co-founder at Sayge. “Our platform is 100% virtual by design and we’ve worked with the very best coaches from the beginning, which means that we’re ready to support our customers and their people when they need us most. This new investment enables us to continue building out our team and our platform to make the Sayge experience even better, and to help more companies and people realize their full potential.”
The company intends to use the funds to continue building out its leadership team by hiring senior talent in areas including Coach Community, People, Product and Sales, invest in improvements to its overall platform experience, enabling its coaches and coachees to work together, and giving its customers more data, analytics and insights to show the impact of coaching.
Announcement: Sayge Raises $1.7M for Personalized Employee Coaching