“DevKids is now uLesson Coding School and it’s so much more than a name change,” the edtech startup stated in a tweet on March 3rd.
uLesson, an Abuja-based ed-tech startup has raised a $15 million Series B fund. This is arguably the largest disclosed investment in Africa's ed-tech ecosystem.
DevKids, a live virtual coding class for kids powered by uLesson, an Abuja-based ed-tech startup has been discontinued.
Over four months since uLesson’s departed from Jos, the questions remain; how many more startups need to go before it emerges as a viable home for tech startups in the country?
uLesson, the African learning technology platform, has closed a $7.5mn Series A round led by Owl Ventures, with inclusion from existing investors, TLcom Capital and Founder Collective and participation from new investor LocalGlobe.
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uLesson has partnered with MultiChoice to show educational content to African Families on DStv channel 154 and GOtv channel 2, every weekday from 4 to 5 PM.
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uLesson—the latest venture of Sim Shagaya—has secured $3.1 million (₦1.1 billion) funding in a seed round led by TLcom Capital, one of the leading venture capital firms focused on the African market.