South Korean edtech startup CLASSUM raises $11m in series Pre-B funding round led by Dunamu & Partners
2022-10-13 13:06:08

CLASSUM, a South Korea-based B2B SaaS company that provides and interactive learning platform, announces today that it has raised $11 million in its pre-Series B funding round, which is led by Dunamu & Partners, with the participation from Storm Ventures, Big Basin Capital and Pearl Abyss Capital.

In 2021, CLASSUM closed a Series A funding round with $6 million.

According to the startup, the latest fund will be used to attract more top tier talent and scale its presence across more key geographies.

Founded in 2018, CLASSUM is SaaS provider focusing interactive learning platform for corporates and universities. The platform enables active communication and engagement from participants by supporting social media-based communicating features and selective anonymity among participants to minimize barriers in Q&As and sharing knowledge. Moreover, the platform adopts Artificial Intelligence (AI) to curate FAQs, as well as provide data driven insight into the dynamics of each learning environment.

Currently, the startup claims that it has been used by over 6,000 organizations across 32 countries. In South Korea, CLASSUM is used by the top tier educational institutions such as Seoul National University, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and Yonsei University, and it is also widely adopted by multinational corporations such as Samsung Electronics, LG Academy, Prudential, Shiseido, etc.

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