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India's early learning platform Kutuki has raised $2.2 million in a seed funding round led by Omidyar Network India, joined by AET and existing angel investors Better Capital, First Cheque, and Abhishek Nag.
Kutuki will use the funds to expand its content library to cover all major Indian languages, enhance users’ learning experience, and expand its reach, especially in tier-2 cities.
Founded in 2019, Kutuki offers a rhyme-based curriculum for kids aged 3-7, focusing on language (including phonics and foundational literacy), numeracy, life skills, STEM, and general knowledge.
"India has the largest population of preschoolers globally, yet early learning remains vastly underserved. We will be utilising the funds to enhance and personalise the Kutuki experience, strengthen our technology and content backbone and also provide deeper insights to parents," said cofounder Bharath Bevinahally.