Online life-skills development platform for kids, Uable bags $3.5M in pre-Series A funding round
Founded in 2020, with an aim to allow kids between the age group of 13 and 18 years to create and invent their own career pathways in the 21st century. The company recently announced that it has raised $3.5 million in a pre-Series A funding round. The latest funding round was led by Chiratae Ventures and JAFCO Asia. “At Uable, we are testing the situation quo of education, where for decades and perhaps centuries, the thought that achieving the highest marks, grades, and degrees alone prepared one’s destiny and outcomes of victory. Though, we are here to transform that thought and make a standard shift in education,” said Saurabh Saxena, Founder and CEO, Uable. The latest fundraised amount will support Uable to create a global team size, extend its reach globally, and add more real-world areas for teenagers to explore.