STREET CRED: Credly, a New York-based digital credentialing platform, has raised an $11.1 million Series A round. Investors included ZOMA Capital, Strada Education Network, New Markets Venture Partners, University Ventures, Pearson, Lumina Foundation and Lion Brothers Co.
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New York-based digital credentialing company Credly today announced that it has raised $11.1 million in a series A funding round led by Zoma Capital and the nonprofit Strada Education Network...
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