Domo Closes $200M Round, Valued At $2B


Domo, a startup working on a business management platform, has closed $200 million in a Series D financing round. The latest investment pegs the company’s valuation at $2 billion, and brings Domo’s total funding to over $450 million. BlackRock led the round, Capital Group and Glynn Capital Management participated. Previous investor GGV Capital joined in a ‘significant way’ says Domo.

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