Post Profile






CodeSpark raises $4.1 million for games that teach kids how to code

A Los Angeles startup called codeSpark has raised $4.1 million in seed funding for web and mobile games that teach kids how to code, even before they know how to read and write effectively. CodeSpark’s games were developed for kids 4 to 9 years old, and with a goal of not just teaching them STEM concepts, but engaging boys and girls equally well. The games feature characters who are… Rea
read more

share

Related Posts


Enterprise elearning platform OpenSesame raises $9 million, says it will expand into VR training

Technology : Venture Beat

On-demand elearning startup OpenSesame has raised $9 million in a funding round led by Altos Ventures, with participation from existing investor Partech Ventures. Founded in 2002, OpenSesame offers more than 20,000 courses aimed at ...

Gamzee raiess $1M seed round for cross-platform mobile and social games

Technology : Venture Beat

Gamzee, a mobile and social game developer founded by gaming veteran Howard Marks, has raised $1 million in seed funding. The Los Angeles company (pronounced game-zee) will make games based on the HTML5 format, which allows develope...

Swiftype Raises $7.5M From NEA To Develop A Smarter Search Engine For Web And Mobile Sites

Technology : TechCrunch: Enterprise

Swiftype, a Y Combinator-backed startup that creates a smarter search engine for websites, has raised $7.5 million led by NEA, with angel investors participating. The startup previously raised $1.7 million in seed funding from Andre...

Deep learning startup Skymind raises $3 million, launches Intelligence Layer distribution

Technology : Venture Beat

Skymind, a startup that promotes the use of the Deeplearning4j open-source software for deep learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), is announcing today that it has raised a $3 million seed round. There are many open-sourc...

Israeli game pioneer Tacticsoft raises $1 million for hardcore mobile games

Technology : Venture Beat

EXCLUSIVE: Battle Dawn maker Tacticsoft has raised a round of $1 million in funding from venture capital firm London Venture Partners and Israeli angel investor Gigi Levy-Weiss. The Tel Aviv-based startup created by early Israeli ga...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC