|Posted by The Notice Centre☑️ on April 4, 2018 at 5:10 PM|
Aaron Skonnard, Pluralsight C.E.O
photo credit: CGSociety
Pluralsight, the ed-tech company which has been a unicorn for a few years now has announced it's confidentially filed for a public offering.
Pluralsight, a company created 14 years ago by its current C.E.O Aaron Skonnard along with Keith Brown, Fritz Onion, and Bill Williams deals with online education offering a variety of online education courses for software developers, creative professionals and IT administrators through its website bootstrapped for 9 years before raising different rounds of investment totaling $200 million starting from 2013.
Companies and small businesses pay for their employees to be trained by the company which has given it a very good source of revenue with individuals also subscribing to its services, As of its most recent report, the company had revenues of over $100 million.
Pluralsight now joins its peer of tech companies going public this year, Dropbox went public about two weeks ago, DocuSign publicly filed for IPO last week after previously confidentially filing like Pluralsight has done.
Pluralsight is based in Utah and this will be a very good move for the tech scene right there and for all scenes outside Silicon Valley altogether.