Edtech startup Edurino aims to prepare children for future digital skills by developing a dedicated learning platform for children. Edurino has received an investment of €10.5 million. Edurino was founded in 2021 and quickly became one of the fastest growing startups in Germany. Franziska Meyer and Irene Klemm founded the company with the mission to harness the magic of games to safely introduce children to digital learning.
As Edurino reported, we are facing a digital skills gap. As the world becomes increasingly digitalized, we need people with technology skills and know-how to keep up with technological advances, to drive business forward and adapt to innovation. Teaching digital skills to the next generation is an important step for us to keep pace. If we think about our children in the next 10 years, who will be working in jobs that do not yet exist, it is clear that a new era of digital education will be needed. Edurino, a Munich-based startup, aims to meet this need by creating an e-learning platform for children. Edurino aims to grow with new investments.
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Edtech Startup Edurino
“In the future, 10 years from now, our children will be working in jobs that don’t exist yet. Therefore, digital skills are becoming increasingly important and Edurino is launching a new digital education page to bridge this skills gap. Through the power of games, we aim to give children the skills and experience to understand and use the positive aspects of digitalization. The positive feedback from thousands of families and our collaboration with kindergartens encourages us to expand Edurino globally.”Edurino Founders Irene Klemm and Franziska Meyer
The startup guides children through the formative years of their physical and digital development by providing parents and educators with effective and engaging tools. The platform offers a hybrid learning system, combining learning apps with analog game figures and an ergonomic pen. To prepare children for the digital world of tomorrow, Edurino extends classic school reading, writing and arithmetic competencies with STEM subjects and other core competencies. These core competencies include, for example, logical thinking, coding, natural science, creativity and media literacy.
The edtech startup aims to support young students in their educational journey through a personalized learning platform fit for the 21st century. Edurino has raised €10.5 million in Series A funding. This investment round was led by DN Capital and included investors such as Tur, Tengelmann Ventures and FJ Labs. Existing investors btov Partners, Jens Begemann and Emerge Education also participated in this round.