Seattle and Bangalore-based Unitus Seed Fund has invested in education-focused start-ups Curiositi and Cue Learn, a month after it roped in Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and Michael and Susan Dell Foundation as its anchor investors. Founded in 2013 by former Wipro executives Vinod Abraham and Manoj Thandassery,
Bangalore-based Curiositi partners with schools to affordably transform their science curriculum. Curiositi maps the curriculum to its port folio of over 80 science activity kits and delivers these kits to help students explore activities relevant to them. New Delhi-based Cue Learn provides after-school learning programs for maths and English. The year-old startup, founded by Manan and Jagjit Khurma, has over 25 learning centres and will use the new funds to expand operations across states and add to its product line.
Source: Economic Times
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