Belarus-founded tech firm PandaDoc, which moved staff to Ukraine and Poland in 2020 during the protests against dictator Alexander Lukashenko, has become a ‘unicorn,’ bringing its total valuation to $1 billion, according to the company.
The company doesn’t disclose how much money it raised during the most recent investment round. Forbes estimates that PandaDoc’s investors, Canadian OMERS Growth Equity, the U.S. G Squared and smaller investment funds, put up to $100 million into the company.
PandaDoc has established its headquartered in San Francisco. It has teams in Portugal, Poland, the Philippines and Ukraine, with nearly 140 techies working from Kyiv, Odesa and Lviv.A unicorn in exile: PandaDoc raises Series C round after moving staff from Belarus to Ukraine, PolandRead More