KIMO Raises €3 Million in Funding  

by Kay Aloha Villamor December 30th, 2021

KIMO, an Amsterdam-based AI startup focused on personalized education, secured €3 million in a funding round led by two Dutch investors.

The company didn’t disclose the names of the investors. The funding round comes thirteen months after an initial round of €1.25M closed in September last year.

The company plans to continue adding more high-quality content sources to its platform.

Company: Kimo B.V.

Raised: €3.0M


Funding Month: December 2021

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Software Category: online learning

About the Company: Founded by Harvard graduates Krishna Deepak Nallamilli and Rens ter Weijde in 2018, Kimo is a venture focused on smart education in Amsterdam. They founded the company after realizing that a drastic change was needed to effectively reskill the world population at scale. The platform is focused on auto-generating individual learning paths through online content where the end goal is truly personalized learning paths. Content can be personalized using filters for preferred content type, price point, content length, and more. KIMO combines an intelligent back-end (e.g., automated knowledge domain graphs, jobs to skills mappings) with an engaging frontend (e.g., virtual assistant with QA models).





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