Here’s why work goal-setting startup Ally just raised $15M two months after its last funding round
The Seattle startup that helps companies track and hit their goals raised $8 million in August. Soon after, an existing investor introduced Ally to top tech investment firm Tiger Global Management, whose portfolio includes heavyweights such as Facebook, Flipkart, Slack and Stripe.
Tiger Global was intrigued by Ally’s vision of a complete reinvention of how businesses operate — with goal-setting playing an important role in a much faster-moving world. The two firms clicked, and it wasn’t long before talks of a new funding round started up.