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Lever (company)

Lever (company)

Lever is an Applicant Tracking System which recruiters and hiring managers can use to track their candidates. The company participated in the S12 cohort of Y Combinator.

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Timeline

July 2017

Lever raises a $30,000,000 series C round from Matrix Partners, Adams Street Partners and Scale Venture Partners.

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Aadil Mamujee

Investor

Aalok D. Patel

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Aaron Krane

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Adam Rothenberg

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Adam Schwartz

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Alex Chang

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Alex Moskalyuk

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Alexandre Conrad

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Amanda Bell

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Amy Bond

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Amy Cherette

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Andreas Braendhaugen

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Andrew Lui

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AngelList Enterprise Fund Manager

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AngelList Select Fund Manager

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Ankur Pansari

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Ben Davenport

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Benjamin Ling

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Brad Feld

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Brad Garlinghouse

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Jordan Crook
February 27, 2020
TechCrunch
Early Stage SF goes down on April 28 and we are more excited than ever to introduce this brand new event to the community. The day-long event is meant to give early stage founders the chance to pick their own adventure, hearing from a wide variety of experts in fundraising, marketing and operations in a [...]
November 22, 2019
The Economic Times
Future businesses to grow faster will be around capital spending, manufacturing and financial services.