Epoch raises $3.6M to Make Employee Experiences More Engaging

Epoch has closed on $3.6 million in seed funding. Rally Ventures led the seed round, with participation from Precursor Ventures, Turner Novak, m]x[v, Maschmeyer Group Ventures and a number of angel investors with deep operational and industry expertise.

The funding will be used to build the Epoch team and support growing customer demand. The shift to remote work has created a series of challenges for HR leaders to solve, like fostering connectivity, providing an avenue for DE&I initiatives, scaling learning and development programs, and more – Epoch is their answer.

Epoch focuses on building the best employee experiences for companies like Reddit, Datadog, Credit Karma, Asana, Zynga, Udemy, Stack Overflow, Affirm, Iterable, Hinge, and more. Epoch is a one-stop-shop to manage everything from company announcements to events, learning programs, AMAs, and more.

The platform enables employers to make informed decisions about initiatives for employees based on the analytics generated by ongoing campaigns. The result is a responsive company culture that delivers on the values of the people who work there.

“We are building the future of company culture and turning workplaces into communities where people belong, and can grow personally and professionally,” said Jade Choy, CEO and co-founder of Epoch. “This funding will enable us to expand our team and continue delivering on our goal of making world-class company culture accessible to teams of all sizes and geographic distributions.”

Over the coming months, Epoch will double its current team to keep up with customer demand and to support word-class people teams. Check out the careers page if you want to help build a better world for employees everywhere!

Pictured: Epoch Founders Jade Choy, Michael Miller and Keith Choy