June 30, 2015
Weil recently advised Providence Strategic Growth (PSG) in its majority investment in Burning Glass Technologies. The investment will allow Burning Glass to accelerate its vision and product roadmap for the future.
Headquartered in Boston, Burning Glass’s tools and data are playing a growing role in informing the global conversation on education and the workforce by providing researchers, policy makers, educators, and employers with detailed real-time awareness into skill gaps and labor market demand. Burning Glass’s job seeker applications power several government workforce systems and have been shown to have substantive impact on reemployment outcomes and on labor market literacy.
The Weil team advising Providence Strategic Growth was led by Private Equity partner Kevin J. Sullivan. The team also included Tax partner Mark Schwed; Cybersecurity partner Randi Singer; and Technology & IP partners Michael Epstein and Jeffrey Osterman; Private Equity associates Matt Goulding, Matt Cohn, Jonathan Ellis and Dena Haibi; Tax associates Brian Hamano and William Dong; Cybersecurity associate Rachel Liebert; Technology & IP Associate Claudia Hoeben (not yet admitted); and Executive Compensation & Benefits associate Verity Rees.