Creative Galileo, an early learning edtech platform, has raised $7.5 million in Series A funding led by Kalaari Capital, Affirma Capital, East Ventures, Valiant Employee Investment Fund and other angel investors. This brings its total funding to $ 10 million, earlier it raised $ 2.5 million in October 2021.
A Mumbai-based startup will utilise the proceeds to scale up, accelerate hiring across the teams in multiple geographics, introduce regional languages and further strengthen the research and development of the platform, said Creative Galileo in a press release.
Creative Galileo was founded by Prerna A Jhunjhunwala and Nikhil Naik in 2020, based on an early learning platform for kids ages 3-10 with over 70 lakhs downloads and 7,00,000 monthly active users.
To emphasise personalised needs, inquiry based-learning methods, and experiential activities, the edtech platform has forged over 20 industry-leading partnerships with content studios in various international markets.
to use the fresh capital towards plans to expand in Southeast Asia, Creative Galileo started its foray with international alliances such as EBS Korea, a leading educational content specialist broadcasting company.
Recently, this year some more edtech startup is shut down their business because not getting funding on-time, including Edtech Startup Crejo.Fun Shuts Down, and in June 2022 “Udayy Edtech Startup”, closed down its operations laying off its entire workforce of 100 people.