Australian edtech startup Vivi secured $20 million in a funding round

Launched in 2016, it is a simple and easy classroom participation which allows students to share their devices with the entire class or small groups of learners for immediate feedback. Tutors can use Vivi to present their instructional materials to students, including videos and activities, and students can subsequently annotate the information with their own comments on their own devices. Vivi recently announced that it has raised $20 Million in a funding round. The latest financing round was headed by education investor Quad Partners. “Vivi has designed a market for its products uniquely, mostly through word of mouth. The company has grown from one-off service to an effective and comprehensive interactive medium with a high retention rate,” said Vivi Founder and Executive Chairman, Dr. Lior Rauchberger. The additional funding will aid the startup’s global expansion, with a particular focus on the United States, which has the biggest percentage of instructors adopting one-to-one technology.

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