Edtech startup xQ raised $1.4 million from a small group of high-net-worth individuals


xQ, an edtech startup that teaches young people how to make videos, raised $1.4 million from a small group of high-net-worth individuals (HNIs), including senior executives from Google, Deloitte, Tata 1mg, Axis Capital, and photographer Joseph Radhik.


The funds will be used by the startup to increase the visibility of their main product, the xQ Video Lab, in schools. Schools typically have a video lab, similar to a computer or physics lab, where students can learn how to create videos. The startup has so far trained 6,000 students in video production across eight countries and now hopes to train at least 10 lakh children by 2025.

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