Geniebook, a Singapore-based online learning platform, has raised $16.6 million in Series A funding

In 2017, the company was established. Geniebook is a Singapore-based learning platform that customises each student’s education using a blend of machine learning and human teachers. The edtech startup recently announced that it has secured $ 16.6 million in Series A funding round. East Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners led the funding round, with angel investors including dance capital founder John Danner participating. Founders of the Indian Educational Technology Unicorn Unacademy, Gaurav Munjal and Roman Saini. Snapdeal co-founders Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal. Senior executives from Grab, Shopee, and Gojek. Each teacher is responsible for many groups of students. Geniebook will use AI chat capabilities to answer basic and frequently asked inquiries as the platform grows. The fresh funding will be used to help Geniebook take on new leadership roles, strengthen product development teams, and expand its market.

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