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Egyptian EdTech Edura Closes Pre-Seed Funding

The recently acquired investment will support the startup in expanding its reach.

By Inc.Arabia Staff
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Egyptian edtech startup, Edura, has wrapped up an undisclosed pre-seed funding round led by Smart Zone Startups Studio along with contributions from angel investors.[1]

Edura, founded in 2021 by Osama Abdelwahed, operates as an interactive educational platform connecting teachers and students through live or recorded interactive lessons.

The platform offers a range of services, including interactive educational sessions, online assessments, and recorded student evaluations throughout the study period.

In 2023, Edura has facilitated over 7,000 educational lectures, involving more than 2,400 registered teachers on the platform.

The startup currently serves a user base of over 190,000 students across various educational levels, organizing a total of over 10,000 events, exams, and other educational activities.

The recently acquired investment will support Edura in expanding its reach, fortifying the development team, and intensifying research and innovation within the educational technology domain.

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