BMH BRÄUTIGAM advises Edurino on € 3.35 million seed financing round
BMH BRÄUTIGAM has advised Munich-based EdTech startup Edurino, which offers a hybrid learning system consisting of learning app and haptic play figures for children, in a €3.35 million seed funding round.
The round is led by btov Partners. In addition, other experienced investors and business angels (including Emerge Education, Fabian and Ferry Heilemann (Pirate Impact), Verena Pausder (Fox & Sheep and HABA Digital), Ben Drury (Yoto), Christian Felgenhauer and Maurice Khudhir (StudySmarter)) and all existing investors (including Jens Begemann (Wooga)) participated in the financing round. Edurino was founded in 2021 by two former management consultants, Irene Klemm and Franziska Meyer, with the goal of teaching responsible digital literacy to preschool children via a hybrid digital learning concept. Using the first learning app and any mobile device, children are given a hybrid approach to reading and writing by means of an ergonomic pen and real figures. With the fresh capital, further figures and thus further learning areas are to be launched this year and Edurino is to be developed into a holistic learning system for preschool children. Background: In addition to investors, BMH BRÄUTIGAM also regularly advises emerging startups during the founding phase and in subsequent financing rounds. After the financing round, we look forward to continuing to accompany Edurino on its growth course. Team BMH BRÄUTIGAM: Bastian Reinschmidt, Daniel Schlichting (both Venture Capital)