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This startup just got $11.5 million to make employees everywhere as happy as they are at Google

AnyPerk, a startup that helps companies like Salesforce and Virgin America offer their employees discounts on things like movie tickets or fitness classes, has received $11.5 million of new investment capital. That cash is going to help AnyPerk finance a new, bolder mission beyond just serving as a broker of perks, says CEO Taro Fukuyama: AnyPerk is now going to go a step further and offer consulting services to help every company be as happy, ideally, as Google — recently named the best place in America to work.
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