UK edtech start-up Grasp has raised a $4M Seed funding round led by Balderton Capital, with participation from Point9 and Mozilla.
The new infusion of capital will be used to hire talent in product, data science and engineering, as well as further develop the platform.
Founded by early Revolut employees Ed Matthews and Jacob Sidorov, Grasp said its mission is to increase the rate at which humans learn. Its platform is available for people to join the Beta waiting list.
“The user experience as an adult learner sucks! Whether we’re learning to solve specific problems at work or trying to modernise our skill sets, learning is inconvenient, impersonal, and high friction. Team Grasp are the A-players fixing that,” says Matthews.