Workplace From Meta VP Julien Codorniou Joins Felix Capital

He had been leading the enterprise platform since its debut in October 2016

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Workplace From Meta vice president Julien Codorniou, who has been leading the enterprise platform since September 2016, is leaving Meta to become a partner at venture capital firm Felix Capital.

The London-based firm describes itself as a VC “for the creative class,” and it has raised more than $600 million for early stage and growth investments since being formed in 2015, for companies including Farfetch, Juni, Mejuri, Miraki, Moonbug, Peloton and SellerX.

Codorniou joined Facebook in February 2011 as director of global platform partnerships after a stint as director of business development at Microsoft.

Workplace (later Workplace From Facebook and, now, Workplace From Meta) officially debuted in October 2016, and Codorniou has been at the helm from day one, helping it grow to 7 million paid subscribers as of May and securing clients including Chevron, GlaxoSmithKline, Grab, Nestlé, ServiceNow, Spotify and Walmart.




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