Tag: education

Activating Startups to Disrupt Education in India

Unitus Seed Fund and Sylvant Launch “StartEdu” Startup Competition Rs. 10 lakhs cash, expert mentoring, and up to 3 crore in investments to be distributed to winners of two startup competitions in 2015, starting on March 27th 16 December, 2014 – Bangalore. Today Unitus Seed Fund and Sylvant announced the StartEdu Competition, a nationwide program looking to… Read more >

Unitus Seed Fund invests in Curiositi, An Experiential Learning Startup

Curiositi brings Affordable & Exciting Activity-Based Learning to Schools December 16, 2014. Bangalore: Unitus Seed Fund, India’s leading venture seed fund supporting startups innovating for the masses, announced that it has led the seed round investment in Curiositi, a Bangalore-based education startup.  Curiositi partners with schools to affordably transform their science curriculum into an exciting,… Read more >

Unitus Seed Fund invests in Cue Learn, Bringing Affordable, Quality after School Learning Programs to a Home Near You

Cue Learn Delivers Math and English Instruction via At-Home Tutors at Price Points Affordable by All December 16, 2014. New Delhi: Unitus Seed Fund, India’s leading venture seed fund supporting startups innovating for the masses, announced that it has completed the seed round investment in Cue Learn Pvt. Ltd., an upstart entry into the huge but… Read more >

Hippocampus Raises USD 2.4 million to Serve Market of 80 Million Rural Children in India

July 2, 2014 Media Exposure

Unitus Seed Fund re-ups in fast-growing rural kindergarten and tuitions startup as they bring on ADB and Khosla Impact as new investors to expand presence in India 2 July 2014. Bangalore, India: Unitus Seed Fund, India’s most active seed-stage impact investor, has invested in a new financing round for Hippocampus Learning Centres, the leading rural… Read more >

Hippocampus Learning Centres partners with Grameen Koota

May 3, 2012 Media Exposure

A Profit-Driven Approach to Affordable Education: A Review of Hippocampus Learning Centers Government schools across India are haunted with serious issues. Teachers are absent 25 percent of days and teaching less than 55 percent of the time. This contributes to the low enrollment rates across the country, standing at a mere 37 percent of 361… Read more >