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WorkStep Announces Tommi Forsström as New Chief Product Officer

February 8, 2022

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WorkStep, a workforce hiring and retention platform for the supply chain, today announced the appointment of Tommi Forsström as its Chief Product Officer (CPO). With over 20 years’ experience scaling companies from start-up to growth stage, Forsström will lead WorkStep’s product strategy and development.

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WorkStep Announces $25 Million to Hire and Retain Workers Across the Supply Chain Industry

January 18, 2022

WorkStep is a tech startup that has developed a hiring platform designed to alleviate the current labor shortage across the supply chain industry. The company recently announced the close of its Series B funding round to scale up its business and further develop the company’s software.

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WorkStep Bags $25M For Supply Chain Worker Retention

January 17, 2022

WorkStep has raised $25 million in Series B funding to combat the workforce shortage by transforming how enterprises hire and retain frontline workers. The investment brings its total capital raised to $42 million.

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WORKSTEP’S $25 MILLION FUNDING ROUND

January 17, 2022

WorkStep announced a $25 million Series B funding round led by NewRoad Capital Partners.

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Logistics Report

January 14, 2022

Startup WorkStep raised $25 million to back its software that helps companies hire and retain supply-chain workers.

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Venture Capital Deals

January 14, 2022

WorkStep, an S.F.-based HR platform for supply chain companies, raised $25m in Series B funding. NewRoad Capital Partners led, and was joined by Prologis Ventures, FirstMark Capital, Social Capital, Quiet Capital, Latitude Ventures and Engage VC.

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WorkStep Nabs $25M Series B Financing

January 14, 2022

WorkStep, a workforce hiring and retention platform for the supply chain, announced today it has raised $25 million in Series B funding to combat the workforce shortage by transforming how enterprises hire and retain frontline workers. The investment brings its total capital raised to $42 million.

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WorkStep lands $25M Series B

January 14, 2022

WorkStep has raised $25 million in a round led by NewRoad Capital Partners. The San Francisco-based company is the developer of a recruitment platform designed to hire and retain supply chain workers.

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WorkStep Raises $25M in Series B Funding

January 14, 2022

WorkStep, a San Francisco, CA-based workforce hiring and retention platform for the supply chain, raised $25m in Series B funding.

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WorkStep Raises $25M to Help Businesses Improve Frontline Employee Retention

January 13, 2022

Technology firms that target so-called “deskless” workers continue to reel in investment dollars. San Francisco-based WorkStep Inc., which has a database of more than 1 million frontline workers and software that matches them with prospective employers, today announced it has raised a $25 million Series B round, bringing its total funding to $42.2 million.

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