Lepaya in the Top 250 Scale-ups of the Netherlands
The Top 250 Scaleups of the Netherlands 2022 are announced!
Lepaya has been selected as one of the Top 250 Scaleups of the Netherlands 2022. Through the initiative of Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship and nlgroeit, scaleups are celebrated for their rapid growth. This year Lepaya has entered the top 250 of the fastest-growing companies in the Netherlands!
The Top 250 Scaleups is an annual research project of Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship, in cooperation with nlgroeit. Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship is the leading entrepreneurship centre in Europe and is part of Erasmus University Rotterdam. As we speak, the complete list of the Top 250 Scaleups is being presented at the annual event of nlgroeit, in Ahoy Rotterdam.
Lepaya will continue to drive its mission to make multinational corporations and fast-growing companies more productive by upskilling their workforce.
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Lepaya is a provider of Power Skills training that combines online and offline learning. Founded by René Janssen and Peter Kuperus in 2018 with the perspective that the right training, at the right time, focused on the right skill, makes organizations more productive. Lepaya has trained thousands of employees.
As a challenger in a crowded training market, Lepaya responds to the needs of Europe’s fastest growing tech companies, such as Mollie, Takeaway, and Picnic, amongst others. By combining hard skills with soft skills, offered together as Power Skills, the Amsterdam-based company is growing faster in a market in which the demand for reskilling and upskilling continues to increase all over the world.
In 2020, Lepaya independently acquired Smartenup, a training company that supports professionals to work better, faster, and smarter with data. The scaleup focuses on the Dutch, Belgian, German, and Swedish markets and serves its customers worldwide. Lepaya is backed by Target Global, Mediahuis Ventures, and Tablomonto. The company has raised USD 47 million to date.