California-based learning platform GetSetUp bags $10 Million in a fresh funding round
Education is essential for everyone, despite age, although the education sector is primarily focused on the younger generation. In the long run, this causes older people to lag slow-moving Gen Z, who are more tech-savvy and proficient at using the internet and social media. This is where GetSetUp enters in, with over 4 million users from over 160 nations, it’s a force to be reckoned with. The learning platform recently announced that it has raised $10 million in a fresh funding round. The latest funding round was led by Aileen Lee’s Cowboy Ventures and LightShed Ventures. The funds raised from the investment round will be used to further modify the company’s technology to satisfy the demands of seniors all over the world. In 2022, the company plans to use some of the cash to grow its team, allowing it to offer more classes, easier technology, and a wider range of lessons taught in more languages.