We were fortunate to work with Glint through its startup journey. Glint possesses three commonalities seen in the wildly successful companies: the right founders, an unbeatable product and a huge market. Let me explain.
From the beginning, when we watched the company’s formation in Shasta’s offices and co-led the company’s first outside investment, a $6.5 million Series A in 2013. At the time, we believed that Glint was the next generation of human capital management software – an application for enterprises to reimagine how they engage with their employees. Glint did not disappoint, fulfilling its promise to become the leading people success platform, and eventually was acquired by LinkedIn.