Entri.app, with 8 million+ users, said it is focused on improving the employability of 40 crore people in the 18-35 age group by empowering them with learning content in their local language.
Entri, a Kochi-based online learning app that empowers aspirants through its local language courses, has raised $7 million in Series A round of funding led by Omidyar Network India, with participation from Boston-based Innospark Ventures and Integrated Capital, a Hong Kong-based private equity.
This round of funding follows the company's $3.1 million seed round and brings the total capital raised to $10.1 million.
Angel investors Gokul Rajaram, a board member of Pinterest and Coinbase, and Sriram Krishnan, a partner at Andreessen Horowitz (A16Z), a venture capital firm in Silicon Valley, also participated in the round among others.
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