Office wellbeing startup Sonder has raised $35 million in a Sequence B funding.
The spherical was led by Blackbird Ventures with SEEK Investments and SecondQuarter Ventures additionally tipping in as new traders. Blackbird’s Niki Scevak will be a part of the corporate’s board.
The brand new capital is earmarked for product enhancements on the security, medical and psychological well being platform, because the five-year-old enterprise appears to be like to develop past Australia and New Zealand into different worldwide markets.
Sonder beforehand raised $16 million in June 2021 in a spherical led by present shareholder Perennial, supported by Tidal Ventures and former LinkedIn MD Cliff Rosenberg.
Sonder’s prospects embrace Woolworths, PwC, the College of Sydney, Toll Group, NRMA, and NSW Authorities
Sonder cofounder and CEO Craig Cowdrey stated there are presently too many limitations when workers search assist.
“That is regardless of document productiveness losses brought on by psychological well being points within the office and the truth that workers are more and more anticipating their employers to make wellbeing a office precedence,” he stated.
“Sonder is taking part in a job in serving to organisations and their folks to navigate the distinctive security and wellbeing challenges of their lives which can be being compounded by the brand new world of labor and research.”
SEEK Investments managing director Damien Wodak stated: “Sonder’s distinctive, holistic proposition helps organisations reimagine wellbeing assist to drive more healthy, happier, and extra productive workers and college students, and to fulfill the altering wants of in the present day’s hybrid workforce.”
The corporate has been constructing out its C suite, appointing former Intuit head of product Mindy Eiermann as chief product officer and DocuSign APAC GM Brad Newton as chief gross sales officer.