Herbert Smith Freehills advised Reejig on the matter.
The round was led by Skip Capital with participation from Airtree Ventues and existing Reejig investor Right Click Capital.
Reejig launched in 2019 and uses AI to give management an overview of the skills base within a company’s workforce, also benchmarking it by aggregating data from existing enterprise HR system. The result enables organisations to make data-driven decisions about how they build a more resilient workforce as well as creating more meaningful career pathways for staff to improve retention.
The Herbert Smith Freehills team was led by Co-Head of Venture Capital (Australia) Elizabeth Henderson (Picture), solicitor Raj Mathew, and graduate Laura Linschoten, working across the firm’s Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne offices with the team overseen by partner and Head of Venture Capital Australia Peter Dunne.
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