Survey Monkey completed another successful equity raise, this time to the tune of $250 million. The company is currently valued at $2 billion, according to Silicon Valley Reporter. CEO Dave Goldberg reported that those participating this time around included T. Rowe, Morgan Stanley and Fidelity Investments.
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SurveyMonkey counts among its clients Kraft, Salesforce.com, Facebook and Samsung and provides surveys for employees and customers. It has put off going public to allow early investors a chance to leave and to allow employees to take gains on their holdings. The company provides enterprise solutions for companies that want to get to know their customer base even better. Last year, the company was valued at $1.3 billion and raised $450 million.
CEO Dave Goldberg is married to Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and author of “Leaning In.”