Investors back London tech startup hoping to revolutionise worldwide learning

Apr 18, 2017 · bdaily.co.uk

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Digital learning platform HowNow, which lets users learn anything from anywhere in the world over live interactive video, has secured £1.2m worth of investment from a number of private investors and investment fund Fuel.Ventures.

The London-based tech startup will use the capital to expand its marketplace of online experts and develop products for teachers and learners using its platform.

With the investment, the company will also be rolling out the augmented online learning technology they have been testing since the start of the year.

The business, which enables anyone with expertise to share and monetise their knowledge, says it aims to tap into the smart education-technology market that is expected to grow to £358bn by 2020.

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