Kuailexue

HEDLINE: Kuailexue raises $5 million Series A

Kuailexue, a Chinese startup that builds a mobile Q&A platform for students around smartphones, raised a $5 million Series A led by Matrix Partners China, with follow-on funding from Crystal Stream reports Tech In Asia.

Key Takeaway

Kuailexue is a peer learning platform that targets high school students, currently covering English for the national college entrance exam.

Kuailexue’s mobile application for Android enables high school students to take photos of questions they are stuck with and post them to a community to get crowdsourced answers.

The funding will be used to expand the service into other verticals, grow the team and invest in product development. Kuailexue is currently focused on the development of teacher tools, providing them with tools especially around tests and exam papers.

Further Reading

  • 14 startup funding rounds in Asia last week | Tech In Asia
  • Coverage on 36Kr (Chinese) | 36Kr

Links

kuailexue.com | CrunchBase

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