EdTech startup COLNN raises $100K from EdVentures

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EdTech startup COLNN raises $100K from EdVentures

Priya Wadhwa
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EdTech startup COLNN raises $100K from EdVentures
Another win for EdTech

A new EdTech startup from Egypr, COLNN has raised $100,000 in seed funding from EdVentures, MENA’s leading corporate venture capital focused on education, culture and innovative learning solutions.

COLNN is a school Software-as-a-Service provider that offers schools web cloud-based solutions.

Becoming a part of EdVentures will definitely support our expansion plans through benefiting from Nahdet Misr’s long experience in the educational field, which spans to more than 80 years, moreover, its extensive local and international network will help us enter new markets.
Tamer Samir, Founder of COLNN

Through its integrated mobile app, COLNN connects teachers, parents as well as students. Their cloud-based school management system (SMS) helps schools manage their internal processes, departments and activities, in order to maximise their resources.

The software service is customised to match every school’s needs. Moreover, they provide continuous training and follow-up to the schools’ staff, students and parents to help them get maximum benefits.

We were keen to add COLNN to our portfolio of companies as it perfectly aligns with our objective in developing and offering new and innovative educational solutions that further strengthen the educational sector in our country.
Dalia Ibrahim, the Founder of EdVentures and the CEO of Nahdet Misr Publishing House

EdVentures is open to expand its portfolio. If you’re interested in getting their attention, apply for investment through EdVentures website, or email them at: info@nmedventures.com

EdTech startups are gaining attention from Governments and social impact funds. RealEDU, a successful EdTech startup from Sweden is now expanding to Dubai through the Dubai Future Accelerators programme. We are sure that COLNN too will make the education sector more efficient and will be watching the startup grow and expand further in the MENA region.