In that time, huge companies have made big VR bets only to walk away, countless VR startups have faded or flared out and investment has slowed significantly.
The VR training startup has closed a $30 million Series B round led by Georgian Partners, a Canadian firm that hasn’t been very active in the AR/VR space.
While consumer VR startups have almost unilaterally struggled to get off the ground in recent months, there has still been movement among enterprise offerings.
Earlier this month, a competing VR training platform, Talespin, closed $15 million in funding.
Strivr now has 22,000 VR headsets out in the wild, which Belch says have registered 1.6 million sessions.

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