Education startup Kanttum receives R$1.6 million investment


Mobile Time | 12/07/18 20:37

The startup Kanttum received an investment of R$1.6 million on Thursday, December 12. The capital injection was made by a venture capital fund under Cedro Capital management and an undisclosed strategic investor. With the amount, the mining company intends to invest more in the expansion of its business.

According to Kanttum’s CEO and founder, Pablo Sales, the company’s goal in the coming years is to serve 500 schools and train approximately 25,000 teachers through its platform.

A developer of solutions for teacher management and training, edtech (as technology-based education startups are known) has both desktop and mobile solutions through the TeachPlace app (Android, iOS).

Currently, the startup has clients such as Anima Educação, Grupo Positivo, Colégio Pentagóno, Eleva Educação, Insper, Cultura Inglesa, and the Lemann Center (USA).