Lowenstein Sandler represented Reach Capital, a thesis-driven, sector-focused, early-stage edtech investment firm, as co-lead investor in the $38 million Series C investment of Swing Education, an online marketplace that connects schools and substitute teachers. The funding round was also led by Apax Partners LLP (Apax), a leading global private equity advisory firm.
Swing Education intends to use the funds to invest in its growth and better address the nationwide substitute teacher shortage.
The Lowenstein deal team included Anthony W. Raymundo, Chad M.P. Weeks, Spencer Kau, Benjamin Kimes, Julie Levinson Werner, and Brian A. Silikovitz.
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