Ever since lockdown was implemented due to COVID-19, most services have shifted online. While Europe is now recovering from the coronavirus outbreak, multiple services are still being made available online. This not only includes businesses but also education. With schools shut down, homeschooling is now the usual method of delivering information to children who are eager to learn. And while classes are conducted from home, students doing their own research still need to sift through countless articles on the web to find reliable information.
Amsterdam-based ed-tech startup Wizenoze is making this process a lot easier. It can be difficult for kids to find reliable information and the company tackles this issue via its offering called “Web For Classrooms” and offers access to high-quality educational information on the internet. The startup has now reached a new milestone by closing its growth-stage funding round.