Bengaluru-based edtech startup Edvizo bags $150,000 in an angel funding round
Founded in 2018, Edvizo claims to partner with 3,100 institutions, with over 73,500 enrolled students and over 1.4 lakh registered users on its platform. In 2019, Edvizo was a part of Facebook’s startup programme. Edvizo, an edtech startup that allows users to browse, evaluate, and join in schools for competitive exams, has received $150,000 in angel funding from the ah! Ventures angel platform, a startup-focused development acceleration company. “With this investment, we’re looking forward to working with ah! Ventures’ extensive network of investors. This will speed up our total efforts to realise our objective,” said Ravi Nishant, Founder, Edvizo. The latest fundraised amount will be used to improve the web portal’s technology stack, client acquisition, and boost its tech and sales teams, according to the business. Edvizo also plans to expand to new cities, according to a statement from the company. In the following six months, Edvizo plans to hire up to 650 more employees.