Whiz League is a celebrity-driven edtech startup. This round of funding will be used for various growth initiatives.
Fundraised by Whiz League edtech startup
The Whiz League edtech startup announced on Thursday that it had raised $300,000 in a seed round led by ITI Growth Opportunities and participated in by Stanford Angels & Entrepreneurs India and Maheshwari Investments.
This edtech startup, founded by Natasha Jain and Sonia Agarwal Bajaj, offers celebrity-driven, prerecorded courses for children and adults.
A number of courses are offered on the platform in culinary, hospitality, fashion, design, and performing arts. In addition to Guru Randhawa, Ranveer Brar, Rocky Star, Priyank Sukhija, Mukesh Chhabra, Jayesh Sachdev, and Sonaakshi Raaj, the platform is home to several mentors.
Whiz League also offers celebrity junior modules for 6-17-year-olds in addition to its senior modules.
Experienced aggressive growth
According to a press release, Whiz League has experienced aggressive growth in its user base, content, and engagement since its April launch.
On their investment into Whiz League, Ajay Lavakare and Paula Mariwala, Co-presidents of Stanford Angels & Entrepreneurs India, said,
“Sonia and Natasha are extremely talented in the edtech space and will be able to grow Whiz League into a leader in the celebrity-driven edtech space in India.
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