Workday Ventures: Investing in Companies That Help All People Access Opportunities

Workday Ventures: Investing in Companies That Help All People Access Opportunities
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The All Raise VC Summit 2020 kicks off Oct. 27, and I look forward to the conversations it’ll foster on how we can all work together to create a more equitable future. I especially applaud the conference themes of being a catalyst for change and the power of a movement, which aligns with what Workday Ventures is all about: to invest in companies that create opportunities for all. 

Our responsibility across the industry to create opportunities for all becomes more acute as we reflect on the past year and the importance of the conference themes. The COVID-19 pandemic set off disruptive changes for workers across all industries. In addition, social and racial justice have taken center stage as we acknowledge the important work we have to do to support more diverse workforces, communities, and opportunities. 

Backing Investments for Change

At Workday Ventures, we invest in early stage companies, many of which are building businesses that help workers at all levels access opportunities. One frequent goal is to help every worker be their best selves in their careers and elsewhere.

One of our newest investments, Jobcase, is a good example. Jobcase is a social media platform built to empower workers—particularly the

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