Exclusive: Consulting Matchmaker Catalant Lands $41 Million In New Funding

Catalant Staff


This article originally appeared on Forbes:


Catalant Technologies, a Boston-based software startup that helps companies find on-demand business expertise, has raised $41 million in new investment. That includes debt financing and a Series D venture capital round co-led by Highland Capital Partners and General Catalyst Partners. Greylock, GE Ventures and Mark Cuban have also invested. The startup is on track to make $50 million in annual revenue, based on sales over the past few months. It has raised $73 million to date and declined to reveal its valuation. (Disclosure: Catalant has been one of dozens of sponsors of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Summit.)…


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