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EdTech startup MyTutor closes £3m Series A, brings total to £4.8m
posted on June 21, 2017

London-based EdTech startup MyTutor has closed a £3m Series A to onboard new customers and enhance its platform.

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EXCLUSIVE: London EdTech startup Zzish secures £1.5m
posted on May 31, 2017

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Joe Mathewson, co-founder of Firefly Learning, on turning his teenage hobby into an EdTech startup
posted on February 13, 2017

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Q&A: Douglas Lloyd of Azoomee talks EdTech, funding and working side-by-side with his wife
posted on September 1, 2016

Douglas Lloyd, CEO of Azoomee, a kids entertainment and learning platform explains the emotional ups and downs of running a startup, how he secured funding and what it’s like being a husband and wife co-founder team.


Report: EdTech spend will reach $252bn by 2020
posted on May 26, 2016


Mayor’s International Business Programme takes EdTech startups to Silicon Valley
posted on April 12, 2016


Exam preparation app Gojimo secures $1.8m in funding
posted on December 23, 2015


Proversity jets off to New York
posted on December 10, 2015


Digital ‘how to’ library to be created
posted on December 8, 2015

Proversity to close funding round
posted on December 3, 2015

BridgeU raises $2.5m to help students
posted on November 25, 2015

Digital Assess secures $3m to fund expansion
posted on June 8, 2015

Edtech startup eSchools launches freemium model
posted on March 3, 2015

UK Edtech firm eSchools has launched a freemium model as it looks to expand its reach in Europe, North America and Australia. With over 1,000 UK schools signed up to the premium platform since launch in 2011, the international expansion is aimed at challenging the likes of Schoology, Canvas and Blackboard. eSchools founder Peter Dabrowa…


MyOnlineSchool secures seed funding
posted on February 17, 2015


Hopster closes “multi-million” round to develop TV learning app
posted on January 15, 2015


My Great Tech Expedition to the USA
posted on October 30, 2014


Knodium is bringing students closer together – Startup of the Week
posted on October 28, 2014


Karisma Kidz is turning children into superheroes – our Startup of the Week
posted on October 21, 2014

Night Zookeeper increases funding round to £440k as it launches new platform
posted on September 8, 2014

Edtech startup Third Space receives £750k investment to scale their business
posted on May 22, 2014

5 edtech startups that could teach you a lesson or two
posted on February 27, 2014