Online Hybrid Classroom Edutechs Raises $100k In Pre-Seed Round

Online Hybrid Classroom Edutechs Raises $100k In Pre-Seed Round

Edutechs, a Bangladesh-based education technology firm, has raised $100,000 in its pre-seed round, led by serial investor Mohammad Maaz and industrialist F. K. Md. Emdad Khan.

Founded by Mohammad Ekram, Edutechs is an advanced learning management solution that allows institutions/instructors to connect and collaborate with students outside traditional classrooms for more interactive learning. Its values-driven team is growing to support the expanding user base and to continue developing the product that scales across multiple platforms and devices.

The company is committed to automate administrative and learning procedures by smart integrations and automations with popularly used Education Tools (Zoom, Google Classroom, etc) which leads to time-savings and eventually hybridize classrooms.

Speaking about the company, Founder and CEO of Edutechs, Mohammad Ekram, said in a statement,

"Our aim is to make education in Bangladesh have a world-class standard so the best and brightest of the country study here and stay here pushing the country to become a world player."

Edutechs is on a mission to make a fair and inclusive system that makes education more equitable.

In the near future, Edutechs aims to bring futuristic advanced learning technology to every classroom in Bangladesh. It also wants to automate education-related administrative tasks in the country.

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Author: Shalini Pathak
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