Diversity recruitment service Mogul raised an undisclosed sum in its latest funding round to expand its global presence and innovate products for talent acquisition.
The investment came from Softbank, which is the Mogul’s largest investor to data, with participation from Hearst Corporation, a diversified media, information and services company, and others, according to a news statement.
Founded in 2014 and based in the U.S. Mogul gives its clients access to 400 million diverse candidates across 195 countries. The site currently lists more than 920,000 jobs. Through its online community site, candidates can connect with each other and with employers. Mogul also provides executive search services.
“The confidence of Softbank and our other investors has been very exciting for us, because now we can position our already profitable business model for global growth,” said Tiffany Pham, CEO and founder of Mogul. “We will continue to innovate the way global leaders source, attract, and hire diverse talent through our market-leading diversity recruitment software and services.”