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Cottonwood Venture Partners is an Houston-based company.

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Kevin Cummings
June 23, 2020
AmericanInno
Covid-19 has forced companies across many industries to rethink the way they train new hires while avoiding as much face-to-face interaction as possible. And with a new funding round, a local startup is looking to help new employees get to work. Frisco-based adaptive learning and training software startup Trivie announced landing a $5 million Series A funding round led by Houston's Cottonwood Venture Partners. Launched in 2011, the round brings Trivie's total funding to $11.6 million, according to Crunchbase. "Our mission is to ensure that every employee at every organization can be at their very best because they remember what you need them to know," said Lawrence Schwartz, co-founder and CEO at Trivie, in a prepared statement. Trivie creates software for companies that helps them remotely train employees and new hires. It develops training modules and activities based on a company's needs and requirements. Analytics are uploaded to the employer so they can track progress and create a
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