L3Harris Technologies is a new startup that aims to create a more sustainable and socially-responsible future for its employees.
In the past year, the company has raised $1.6 million from investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia Capital, and others.
L3 harris will use that funding to expand its workforce by 15% in the next 12 months and invest in training and other new initiatives.
The company plans to hire more than 10,000 workers in the coming years.
The founder and co-founder of L3, L3 Harris, told me, “we’ve got a really ambitious goal of making a really meaningful impact in the world.”
L3Harris is one of the founders of the technology-enabled enterprise (TEE) movement, a tech industry trend that sees technology companies increasingly become “disruptive enterprises” that help customers improve their businesses by providing them with new tools and services.
This trend is gaining momentum in the last year as tech companies like Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and Facebook have created products that help their employees work smarter.
The trend is particularly popular among women, with women making up a growing share of employees.
The most recent tech data from Deloitte shows that the number of women in tech has grown from 2.4% in 2016 to 6.3% in 2017.
L2 harris is another TEE company.
It aims to provide employees with a better working environment and better pay.
L1 Harris, the founder and CEO of L1, said, “There is an opportunity here for the TEE movement to become more mainstream and more viable.”
L1Harris is already hiring.
L5 harris, the latest TEE venture, plans to create about 20,000 TEE jobs in the first year.
L6 harris has also recently launched a training program for TEE companies to help them find the right talent.
L7 harris and L9 harris have also hired a lot of new employees.
L9Harris also has the support of Sequoias backing, which gave it a total of $9 million in cash, in the form of a Series C round.
L8 harris plans to raise another $3 million in capital over the next two years.
L10 harris wants to be the first TEE startup to scale up in the United States.
The startup is also looking to raise more capital in the future.
L11 harris says it is already working with over 300 existing and new startups.
L12 harris also plans to open a new office in Atlanta in the near future.
The incubator is currently in the middle of setting up its incubator in San Francisco.
L13 harris recently raised another round, with $4.2 million from the Sequois Ventures, the Sequos Fund, and other investors.
L14 harris raised another $1 million from Sequoios, Sequos Capital, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and a group of investors in October 2017.