Edtech startup Entri has raised $7 million in Series A round led by Omidyar Network India, with participation from Boston-based Innospark Ventures and Integrated Capital, a Hong Kong-based private equity.
This round of funding follows the company’s $3.1 million seed round and brings the total capital raised to $10.1 million.
Founded in 2017 by Mohammed Hisamuddin and Rahul Ramesh, Entri.app offers over 500 courses in eight languages – Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, and Odiya – to help aspirants prepare for different government job exams as well as improve their private job prospects.
The Kochi-based startup claims to have over eight million registered users with more than 250,000 paid subscribers.
The startup has so far signed up 30 influencers in different languages with a combined following of 20 million subscribers for their skilling courses and are targeting to sign up 100 more in 2022.
As part of its creator model, Entri.app has also recently acquired the TS Madaan YouTube channel, one of India’s largest skilling YouTube channels with more than 11 million subscribers.