Edtech platform OLL raises $115K through a the seed round

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Edtech technology platform online Live Learning (OLL) has secured $115,000 seed capital, supported by EvolveX, an accelerator program that is run globally through We Founder Circle.

The seed round was viewed by angel investors as well as leaders such as Gaurav VK Singhvi Neeraj Tyagi Bhawna Bhatnagar, Sandeep Balaji, Mili Shrivastava, Deepesh Hinduja, Monica Gupta, Rahul Hingmire Milan Modi, Harsh Metha, Manan S Patel, and many more.

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“Having WFC as a strategic investment partner is a great thing for both the OLL team and our customers. We’re sure of the fact that our investment in WFC will be a success and will help our business gain growth while also helping us grow rapidly. Our business model has already produced an GM that is 70% and with these an array of strategic angels we’re planning to place our hopes on the correct path to success. We have set our sights on an increase of 50% year-over-year,” said Shreyaan Daga co-founder of OLL.

About OLL

Created by two student Shreyaan Daga, and Koshika Mahajan. OLL provides a market place for teachers who are enthusiastic and eager students. It allows teachers to increase their knowledge and allows students to easily enroll to increase their knowledge pool.

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