Changeway successfully completes first funding round


CHANGEWAY, the single technology platform that’s changing the way innovation and improvement programmes are delivered, has reached the next exciting milestone – having completed its first funding round.

Raising $900k at the pre-seed stage will essentially act as rocket fuel, propelling the company to the next stage of the journey. Moving beyond startup, Changeway will now be able to begin to scale and put transformation in more people’s hands. The company managed to double the initial funding target and reached this in just 6 weeks.

All those who were extended the offer, including software angel investors, leading academics and nationally known business leaders, took the opportunity to invest. Bringing a wealth of invaluable experience to Changeway and reflecting the company’s international aspirations coming from the UK, CH, US and EU.

The company wanted to give special thanks to David Armour at Scottish Enterprise for his help and guidance through the fundraising process.

“The investment allows us to build more capability in line with our product roadmap for our customers and craft outstanding customer support processes. We will also invest in account management and sales functions,” said Jon Armstrong, Founding Partner at Changeway.

“It’s great to complete this phase so we can continue to focus on nothing other than delighting our customers. Best get our sleeves even further rolled up!”

“We exist to change the way organisations innovate, transform, and improve. The imperative for effective delivery of continuous improvement and change programs with remote teams is higher than ever before,” said Craig Dawson, Founding Partner at Changeway.

“We have developed the world’s first single technology platform for the end-to-end corporate change journey. This funding round accelerates our ability to scale Changeway’s solution and distribution mechanisms even more effectively in response to the increased market demand.”

Changeway is also inviting those who are raising funds to get in touch to discuss the approach they used or to share their experience.

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