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BLACK WOMAN-FOUNDED STARTUP CLOSES $13M IN SERIES A FUNDING

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Landit, a market leader in personalized career management, recently announced that it closed $13 million in an oversubscribed Series A funding round led by WeWork and backed by investors including NEA, Valo Ventures, Workday Ventures, Gingerbread Capital, and current venture and seed funders.

The goal of the Landit platform is to enable women and diverse groups to succeed in the workplace. Each member receives a tailored playbook that provides the tools, resources, know-how, and human connections they need to advance and navigate their career. Key features include building a personal brand, executive coaching, creating a personal board of advisors, curated skill development, and mapping to career opportunities.

“The future of work is focusing on unlocking the potential of each individual by investing in their personal success,” said Lisa Skeete Tatum, Landit’s founder and CEO. “We partner with companies around the globe to offer a turnkey solution at scale that enables organizations to better democratize access and success with a clear and measurable ROI. When you have what you need when you need it, in a way that is relevant and actionable, that’s how you land it. Our members are more engaged, and as a result, companies see the increase in retention and mobility.”

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Ujamaa Thursday’s: A Networking Social

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Ujamaa Thursday’s is our way of bringing together local business owners, aspiring entrepreneurs, and individuals tasked with supporting business development in African-American communities across Washington DC. Held in a culturally inspiring venue, this event is a chance for entrepreneurs to unwind, while also developing new relationships, discovering fresh opportunities, and learning new ideas.

 

Anika Hobbs, founder of Nubian Hueman, and Shanae Jones, founder of Ivy’s Tea Co., will be our featured guests sharing some of the wisdom they’ve attained in creating successful brands and enterprise that authentically and brilliantly represents Black Culture.
Join us Thursday, March 28, 2018 from 7PM – 9PM at MahoganyBooks

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