Vietnam-based edtech startup MindX bags $3.3 Million in a Series A funding round

Founded in 2014, Since Vietnam’s digital economy is one of the world’s fastest-growing, the country is experiencing a rising scarcity of IT personnel. Many children want to learn to code, but school curricula are limited, according to Tung Nguyen, co-founder of MindX, an online/offline education platform that concentrates on training students for employment in technology. The startup recently announced that it has raised $3.3 million in a Series A funding round. The latest funding round was led by Wavemaker Partners. The startup’s classes are geared for children from kindergarten to grade 12, as well as university students. According to the officials, the latest fundraised amount will go toward expanding MindX’s online platform, creating new instructional content, and expanding into Vietnamese Tier 2 and 3 cities and regions. MindX intends to expand its community of IT companies that will hire students who successfully finish its programs.

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