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.
Culture Amp co-founder and chief executive Didier Elzinga
Culture Amp co-founder and chief executive Didier Elzinga

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 Didier Elzinga, Jon Williams, Doug English and Rod Hamilton launched the software platform that helps medium to large enterprises field employee feedback and build a strong company culture. 

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