Everwise

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Everwise is a company that develops mentoring software. The company offers a SaaS platform which helps organizations to optimize their workforce development investments. Everwise also provides a learning experience marketplace which enables employees to study leadership, emotional intelligence, career development, culture, and diversity using materials of business experts.

TypePrivate
Founded2013
HQNew York, US
Websitegeteverwise.com
Employee Ratings3

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)227(-1%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Everwise

Ian Gover

Ian Gover

Co-Founder
Colin Schiller

Colin Schiller

President and Co-Founder
John Oh

John Oh

Co-Founder, CTO
Colman Lydon

Colman Lydon

VP, Global Head of Partnerships
Kim Vappie

Kim Vappie

Chief Experience Officer
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Everwise Office Locations

Everwise has offices in New York and San Francisco
New York, US (HQ)
1178 Broadway
New York, US
18 W 21st St 7th Floor
San Francisco, US
2 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco
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Everwise Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2013

Everwise total Funding

$26.4 m

Everwise latest funding size

$16 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

Everwise investors

Everwise's latest funding round in October 2016 was reported to be $16 m. In total, Everwise has raised $26.4 m
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Everwise Operating Metrics

Everwise's Customers was reported to be 250 in Oct, 2016.
Dec, 2015Oct, 2016

Customers

100 250
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Everwise Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

86/100

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Everwise Online and Social Media Presence

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Everwise News and Updates

Torch & Everwise merge into affordable exec coaching for all

While companies might pay for a CEO coach, lower level employees often get stuck with lame skill-building worksheets or no mentorship at all. Not only does that limit their potential productivity, but it also makes them feel stagnated and undervalued, leading them to jump ship. Therapy…err…executive…

Everwise Blogs

Part 2/3: The Role of AI in Learning and Development Programs

Welcome to the second article in a three-part blog series on the role – and potential – of AI in Human Resources, specifically Learning and Development (L&D).We sat down with Erik Duindam, Head of Engineering for Everwise, who recently published a white paper on AI’s potential for L&D. Erik …

Part 1/3: AI, The disruptive force that will transform HR

Welcome to a three-part blog series on the role – and potential – of AI in Human Resources, specifically Learning and Development (L&D). We sat down with Erik Duindam, Head of Engineering for Everwise, who recently published a white paper on AI’s potential for L&D. Erik provides informed and…

Mentoring can elevate women in tech (webinar recap)

Tech is one of the fastest-growing industries in America, yet why aren’t there more women in the sector? Despite dedicated efforts to educate and train women in tech, female representation in tech has been declining steadily since the 1990s. Today, only 20 percent of all tech jobs are held by women,…

Motivating employees close to retirement

Earlier this month, motivating employees close to retirement surfaced as one of the most popular topics in the Everwise user community of Learning & Development (L&D) professionals and learners. That’s not surprising–employees approaching the traditional age of retirement of 65 are one of th…

Facilitation: Supercharge employee learning experiences (webinar recap)

We recently hosted a webinar on how companies can use facilitators to provide a more powerful and longer lasting learning experience for their employees. The session featured Denise Green, a San Francisco-based executive coach and motivational speaker, author of “Work-Life Brilliance”, and founder o…

Bridging the skills gap with mentors

A mentorship is often thought of as a close relationship between a young professional and a more senior person who can help the mentee grow and achieve his or her career goals. While that’s certainly true, mentorships are also a great way for more experienced individuals to step in and train new emp…
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Everwise Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Everwise founded?

    Everwise was founded in 2013.

  • Who are Everwise key executives?

    Everwise's key executives are Ian Gover, Colin Schiller and John Oh.

  • How many employees does Everwise have?

    Everwise has 227 employees.

  • Who are Everwise competitors?

    Competitors of Everwise include BetterUp, Pathgather and Degreed.

  • Where is Everwise headquarters?

    Everwise headquarters is located at 1178 Broadway, New York.

  • Where are Everwise offices?

    Everwise has offices in New York and San Francisco.

  • How many offices does Everwise have?

    Everwise has 3 offices.