Opus, the training platform for frontline workers that just rebranded from ESLworks , has raised $2M in Seed funding from investors that include NextView Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, Dan Teran, Wiley Cerilli, and Bling Capital. Founded by Jeffrey Silver, Kai Yen, and Rachael Nemeth in 2018, Opus has now raised a total of in reported equity funding. AlleyWatch first told you about this round on June 4th.
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