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Innential Secures Seed Funding to Revolutionize Talent Management and Development

Talent management and development are crucial aspects of any organization’s success. Innential, a SaaS tool that simplifies talent analysis and growth, has recently raised EUR 1 million in a seed funding round. The round was led by bValue, alongside Tar Heel Capital, Campus Founders, and an international group of business angels.

Innential‘s platform enables businesses to assess the competency needs of their talent, link them with personalized growth plans, and monitor their career progress. The tool offers access to over 30 educational platforms, including Udemy, Pluralsight, Coursera, and edX. The user-friendly experience, intuitive interface and advanced generative AI and NLP technologies help create tailored learning experiences.

Innential was founded by Kris Gunciarz and Daniel Carter, serial entrepreneurs with over 12 years of experience in building and scaling tech businesses. The company’s client portfolio includes Nortal, Luko, and SMA, with over 5000 specialists actively using the tool to date.

The platform is primarily used by companies employing between 100 and 1500 employees, mainly from the technology industry. Innential‘s tool can increase employee retention by over 20%, both for newly acquired and longer-serving employees, reducing recruitment costs. With the current situation in the tech employment market, offering employees opportunities to broaden their competencies has become a necessity, and Innential‘s tool responds to this important market need.

The seed funding will enable Innential to enhance the product’s technological capabilities and expand its sales teams in both the Polish and European markets. The company’s goal is to make it easy for businesses to create career development experiences that grow and retain top tech talent. The investment will help Innential continue to provide innovative solutions to companies and assist them in finding employees with specific competencies.

bValue Fund, the lead investor in the round, analyzed various companies in the talent management and development sector, and Innential stood out due to its focus on simplicity, usability, and innovation. The company’s founders have a consistent vision for growing and scaling the organization, making it a promising investment opportunity.

Innential‘s success in securing seed funding highlights the significance of talent management and development in today’s highly competitive employment market. As more organizations recognize the importance of upskilling their employees, Innential’s SaaS tool will continue to grow in popularity and revolutionize the talent management and development space.

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