Morocco-based EdTech startup KOOLSKOOLS has secured a $960,000 (MAD10 million) funding from Azur Innovation Fund. The Fund is a public-private seed fund that goals to supply fairness and quasi-equity financing to progressive startups in Morocco.
Based in 2020 by Mariam Zrii and Nouredine Amrani, KOOLSKOOLS is a collaborative academic that responds to pedagogical issues with the digitisation of varied processes. The edtech makes use of know-how to digitise the method of educating within the idea and apply of studying. This implies the implementation and creation of interactive programs and workouts, content material financial institution, reside programs, monitoring of abilities acquisition, remediation processes and extra.
KoolSkools has created a platform that gives a variety of providers and instruments for faculties. Providing a ‘360’ method, KoolSkools not solely develops interactive programs however the platform additionally presents digital administration instruments for a college’s each day operations together with pupil information, report playing cards, fee administration and extra.
The edtech additionally has the ambition to democratize entry to high quality academic content material and shut monitoring of a bigger variety of college students, no matter their social degree. KoolSkools believes that schooling must be out there to all no matter their social standing or degree.
This fundraise will enable KOOLSKOOLS to consolidate its presence on a nationwide scale and to begin its worldwide growth by buying human, technical and advertising and marketing sources.