Weekly Refresh: Gembah’s New CEO, EmPath Raised $1M+, and More

Read our weekly refresh for trending Austin tech news.

Written by Anna Holmquist
Published on Sep. 21, 2020
Weekly Refresh: Gembah’s New CEO, EmPath Raised $1M+, and More
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Gecko Technology Partners opened first U.S. office. The company resells Google Meets and other systems. The United Kingdom-based company will open an office in Austin and plans to hire 25 people over the next two years. [Built In Austin]

Gembah named first CEO. The company offers end-to-end product development. Former Boundless co-founder and CEO Henrik Johansson joined the team. [PRNewswire]

QuickStart raised $10M. The startup offers over 1,300 IT training courses on 176 platform technologies. With the funds, it plans to expand its web development, data science, data analysis, cybersecurity and cloud computing bootcamps and certification programs. [Built In Austin]

Data.world got $26M. The company offers an enterprise metadata management tool, and it represents a collaborative information community online. Tech Pioneers Fund led the funding round. [Built In Austin]

QuestionPro launches reseller and distributor program. The startup has launched its new Partner Channel, which is aimed at helping its partners more easily integrate its online surveys and research solutions into their own offerings. Four partners are already participating in the channel. [Press Release]

EmPath raised over $1M. The company helps give corporate employees a road map to up-skilling and educational opportunities. B Capital provided the investment. [TechCrunch]

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