In the daily blizzard of new venture rounds announced each week, it is hard to stand out. Sometimes a founder is well-known, attracting attention to their company’s new investment. Or, a startup’s investors are respected, helping drive media interest in their latest investment.
And, sometimes, it’s all about OKRs.
Ally, a Bellevue-based startup, announced its Series B this morning, a $15 million round led by Tiger Global. The OKR-focused software startup raised a Series A in July (it was announced in August), an $8 million round led by Accel. That makes Ally’s Series B a rapid-fire deal led by a firm that normally writes much larger checks.
I had to figure out what was going on.
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