September case study presenter Jordan Fliegel of CoachUp.com has received $6.7 million in Series A financing to expand the web presence of the online marketplace that matches athletes with private coaches. As the Boston Business Journal noted, CoachUp will use the funding to expand beyond team sports to dance, yoga and fitness. CoachUp had previously received a $2.2 million seed round last November. The new round is co-led by Point Judith Capital of Boston and General Catalyst Partners of Cambridge and includes Kayak co-founder and CTO Paul English, Albert Dobron, managing director of Providence Equity Partners, Data Point Capital of Boston, Suffolk Equity Partners of Cambridge and Breakaway Innovation Group of Boston.
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