Global Talent Mobility Company Topia Secures $15 Million In Series D Funding

By Dan Anderson ● Apr 29, 2020
  • Topia, a leader in Global Talent Mobility, announced it raised $15 million in Series D funding

Topia, a leader in Global Talent Mobility, announced it raised $15 million in Series D funding from NewView Capital, Notion Capital and Workday Ventures. Including this round of funding, Topia has raised over $100 million since it launched. With Topia, businesses can effectively deploy, manage, and engage employees around the world.

The Series D round of funding will advance Topia’s mission to break barriers between people and places so companies and individuals can work everywhere. And Topia’s cloud-based platform continues to deliver mobility as part of a broader talent and business strategy with enhanced employee experiences. Plus this new funding will enable Topia to further invest in driving innovation and broader go-to-market activities.

In the last year, Topia has expanded its product suite to address the global talent mobility needs of some of the world’s leading organizations, including providing support for deferred compensation thus delivering a new mobile app for employees and completing a Workday Approved software integration.

Topia’s Global Talent Mobility platform empowers HR teams to effectively deploy, manage, and engage employees across the world. And the cloud-based open platform provides an integrated data standard across global talent mobility and connects seamlessly with existing HR tech stacks and vendors.

Topia automates the entire global talent mobility process, from scenario-based planning, compliance risk management, expat payroll, reporting, etc. And Topia powers the talent mobility programs for brands like Schneider Electric, Dell, Veolia, Equinor, and AXA.

Key Quotes:

“The role of technology in supporting and managing global employees while ensuring a positive experience is critical, especially given the current market environment. At Topia we are committed to empowering our customers with the data and technology they need to garner insights on wh ere their people are and how they can get them to where they need to be.”

-Topia CEO Shawn Farshchi

“A smart global talent mobility strategy is no longer optional for businesses to remain competitive. Companies must think and act like global citizens and move from a micro to a macro approach to talent acquisition and management. The Topia platform enables enterprises to do this and more, and we look forward to continuing to support them in this endeavor.”

-NewView Capital principal Jazmin Medina