ClassMonitor intends to use the capital to leverage AI-ML-based technology to enhance learning experiences for young children
Edtech startup ClassMonitor has raised Rs 10 crore in a pre-Series A round from lead investor Frontline Strategy Funds, Khimji Family (Muscat), and participation from existing investors Sarvann & Calega Family Office.
ClassMonitor intends to use the capital to leverage AI-ML-based technology to enhance learning experiences for young children. This unique hybrid offering will combine its high-quality learning kits with a Metaverse-based on experiential learning for children, allowing them a deeper, more immersive learning experience.
The company also plans on further strengthening its dominance in the early education sector by establishing a large network of franchised after-school learning centres. Additionally, it plans to diversify and build on its distribution by adding more channels including offline stores and schools while building organic traction from international markets with a focus on the UAE markets, as per reported by YourStory.
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