Ulula secures $1 million to monitor global labor conditions



Rising consumer awareness of international labor conditions, including factory deaths and unpaid workers, is pressuring companies to keep better track of their suppliers.

New York-based Ulula makes software that connects companies with workers across their supply networks.

“Companies can only address and improve working conditions in global supply chains if they have efficient and effective tools,” said Ed Marcum of Humanity United, an Omidyar Group foundation, which contributed to the funding round with impact investor Good & Well.

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