WeWork, the behemoth co-working company valued at $20 billion, has today announced the acquisition of Flatiron School. Flatiron School is a coding education platform that offers both online and offline classes to folks who want a career in the world of tech. The coding academy was launched in 2012 and has raised more than $14 million since inception, according to Crunchbase. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.
WeWork CEO and founder Adam Neumann announced in a blog post that WeWork employees and members will now have access to Flatiron School courses both in-person and online.
[ Tech Crunch ]