While the funding environment has changed dramatically for early-stage companies over the last year, investors continue to warm up to The Muse.
The job search-meets-career advice service aimed toward millennials continues to forge a competitive path, underscored by a $10 million series Alast year and its $16 million series B, which it announced today.
Icon Ventures led the effort, alongside The Muse's team of existing backers, including Aspect Ventures' Theresia Gouw and Jennifer Fonstad, Nancy Pfundof DBL Partners and QED Investors. So far, the New York-based startup has raised a total of $28.7 million since it first launched in 2011. Part of that backing came from supermodel-turned-media mogul Tyra Banks, who participated inthe startup's seed round.Read Complete Article