UK’s first live online learning platform aims to secure crowdfunding investment through Seedrs.
Disruptive e-learning platform, Learned.Live today announced their new Seedr crowdfunding campaign which is aimed at securing £230,000 of investment.
The fast-growing development of the Edtech sector is expected to be worth 375 billion by 2027 making this the ideal time to invest in the online learning industry.
CEO, Johnathan Reynolds, who is a finalist for Disruptor Of The Year at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2021, said,
“We’ve seen steady growth in just a few months as we now have 284 live, online classes and over 1,400 registered users. It is our vision that we continue to champion live online learning and support personal freedom by enabling anyone to learn anything, at any time, in any place. Learned.Live is all about connecting individuals with their tribe in a space where education and entertainment flourish together.”
The proceeds from the crowdfunding round will mean the company can scale their marketing strategy bringing more students to the platform and recruit more teachers. This will increase the variety of classes for both B2C and B2B clients.
“We completely understand the issues faced by the businesses who power our supply chains, drive economic growth and job creation. We know it’s hard to sustain productivity and innovation with a remote team, so at Learned.Live we have created a rewarding B2B development experience which won’t break the bank and will vastly improve performance and wellbeing within any team. This means employers get to seize new market opportunities as they arise and stay competitive.” Johnathan added.
Learned.Live offers live, interactive classes with real time feedback with virtual courses led by experienced teachers in a variety of categories. Clients can access ‘build-your-own’ tailored packages for individual and business requirements with the emphasis of high value at a low cost.
Keen investors can access the Learned.Live Seedrs page at: https://www.seedrs.com/learnedlive. They will need to create a Seedrs account to view full details of the pitch and will be required to become authorised to view financial promotions, as required by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) under the Financial Services and Market Act 2000 (FSMA). Capital is at risk.