Articles about TestGorilla.
TestGorilla Announces Support of the New ‘Tear the Paper Ceiling’ Campaign to Create Equitable Hiring Practices for Majority of U.S. Workers The Ad Council, Opportunity@Work, and nearly 50 employers, training providers, and nonprofits join forces to support workers Skilled Through Alternative Routes (STARs), rather than through a bachelor’s degree
We’re excited to announce that TestGorilla was listed at #27 on Sifted’s B2B SaaS Rising 100. This is the second year Sifted have released their Rising 100 list, and it’s also the second year that TestGorilla has featured there. We’re excited to be listed amongst a cohort of European and Israeli soonicorns that are backed by more than 860 investors, angels and accelerators.
This blog post highlights TestGorilla’s commitments to the following:
We’re delighted to announce an exciting milestone at TestGorilla. Our test library has surpassed 300 tests! The number stands officially at 311 tests on the date of this publication
We’re proud to announce that our chief executive, Wouter Durville, has been featured in MT/Sprout’s Inclusive30 for 2023.
6 December 2022 – The leading online skills-assessment platform TestGorilla today launches its first State of Skills-Based Hiring report, with profound implications for the way employers recruit.
Around a decade ago, I started a social enterprise called Sukhi with my wife. We were selling handmade rugs from Nepal (Sukhi means “happy” in Nepali), and with every rug we sold, we were creating employment. We set it up as a remote company before Covid-19, and because of this, as well as the fact it was a social enterprise, when we started hiring people we were getting a crazy number of applications for a small business. There were up to 2,000 CVs for one job. We had piles of CVs on the table
TestGorilla is excited to have been named in Sifted’s Europe’s rising 100, the first-ever annual ranking of 100 venture capital (VC)-backed, business-to-business (B2B) companies to be compiled using a data-based methodology.
We’re delighted to announce that TestGorilla has secured $70m in Series A funding, co-led by the London-based venture capital firms Atomico and Balderton Capital. The funding brings the company’s total investment to $80m following previous investment from Notion, Partech, and CapitalT. Luca Eisenstecken from Atomico and James Wise from Balderton Capital will join the board as part of this investment round. TestGorilla has attracted more than 5,300 customers, less than two years since its launch