Palladium Equity Partners, LLC, one of the nation’s oldest minority-owned private equity firms, has invested in Envoy Global, a mission-driven, tech-enabled global immigration services provider, alongside existing shareholders including Catalyst Investors and General Catalyst.
Through the alliance, Argo will provide corporate customers and sponsored employees of Catalyst-backed Envoy Global with the ability to better prepare for consular visa interviews to reduce the likelihood of denials or other delays to the visa process for time sensitive and otherwise crucial applications with support from former U.S. Consular Officers.
Catalyst portfolio company Envoy Global was ranked among the best places to work in Chicago. Envoy is a global immigration services provider offering the only enterprise immigration management platform that makes it seamless for companies to hire and manage an international workforce by combining expert legal representation — for both inbound and outbound immigration — and proprietary technology.
Catalyst-backed Envoy, the technology leader in global immigration and workforce mobility, released Envoy Compliance. The new product enables organizations to compliantly manage their global workforce through internal employment audits, company level immigration document management as well as forecasting and budgeting tools.
Employers may be familiar with the H-1B visa process and its lengthy and often difficult procedures. But there are actually a variety of options available, according to Richard Burke, CEO of Catalyst-backed Envoy Global.
When it comes to immigration, technology is often an afterthought. Catalyst portfolio company Envoy Global is attempting to change that. Built In Chicago featured the company in a recent Insider Spotlight column and spoke to the team about how Envoy has grown — and the opportunity they have to help a global population through tech.
Catalyst portfolio company Envoy announced Manu S. Sivanandam as the company’s new Chief Operating Officer. He will oversee Envoy’s service delivery, which streamlines and centralizes the process of securing global work authorization and managing talent mobility for companies around the world.
Envoy Global, the technology leader in global immigration and workforce management, raised $21 million in Series C financing and named Susan Bihler of Catalyst Investors to its Board of Directors. The new capital will expand Envoy’s go-to-market efforts and continued development of its global immigration services and software platform.