DataCamp, a Cambridge, MA-based online data science school, closed an additional $1m seed funding round.
Accomplice made the investment.
The company, which has raised $2.3m in total funding, intends to use the capital to open a new office in Cambridge, grow the team, launch the new Groups functionality, and expand its library of data science learning resources.
Led by Jonathan Cornelissen, founder and CEO, DataCamp Groups provides interactive learn-by-doing courses to enterprise teams or university classes to learn together, retain knowledge and advance high-demand data science skills.
The company has more than 300,000 learners from 150 countries and more than 500 universities. Users range from people looking to develop data science skills for a career switch, analysts at hedge funds, business consultants looking to create effective business processes and students earning their degrees in data science.
The new DataCamp Groups functionality allows team leaders to help their organizations work smarter, professors to track their students’ progress and see how their skills evolve over time.