Melbourne's Culture Amp on why workplace behaviour matters

Neither an IPO nor a trade sale are on the bucket list of charismatic Culture Amp founder Didier Elzinga who is on target to hit $100 million in turnover by 2020.

Melbourne's Culture Amp on why workplace behaviour matters

Human resources software start-up Culture Amp has visited the venture capital market four times in four years, most recently in July when it raised a whopping $40 million in Series D funding led by Sydney-based Blackbird Ventures. The July deal brought total funds raised to $77 million and saw other long-term backers increase their stakes, including California-based Felicis Ventures, Index Ventures, and Sapphire Ventures.

Revenue and staff have doubled every year since 2012 when founders...

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