Teachmint raises $3.5 Mn from Lightspeed India, existing investors

Teachmint, the live online teaching platform, has raised $3.5 Mn seed funding led by Lightspeed India. Existing investors Better Capital and Titan Capital also participated in this funding round.

Teachmint helps offline tutors digitise their classrooms, engage online with students, and reach a wider base. Teachmint is a mobile-first, video-first product. It helps in easy content delivery, business workflow tools, engagement and evaluation models.

Mihir Gupta, Co-founder and CEO at Teachmint, said in a press statement shared by the company, “Teachers are at the centre of a great education experience, and this is what will truly unleash the power of edtech. Our mission is to enable millions of outstanding tutors in India to take their classes online by leveraging Teachmint as their tech backbone. We are thrilled to partner with Lightspeed and our existing investors to continue to ramp up access for tutors across the country and beyond”.

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