Digital House, a Buenos Aires, Argentina-based group of schools providing digital skills to Latin America’s next generation, raised $20m in funding.
Backers included The Rise Fund, Kaszek Ventures, Marcos Galperin, Martin Migoya, Endeavor Catalyst and Omidyar Network.
The company intends to use the funds to scale internationally, growing campuses in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico.
Co-founded by two experienced entrepreneurs, Eduardo Bruchou and Nelson Duboscq, who previously founded HSM (now WOBI), which was sold to Laureate in 2012, Digital House offers comprehensive education programs that offers technical coding and a variety of other courses to equip students at all levels to build careers in software development, data science, artificial intelligence and analytics, and digital marketing.
The company offers intensive courses and executive programs in Full Stack Web Development, Mobile Development, Artificial Intelligence, UX Design, Data Science, Data Analytics, Digital Product Management and Digital Marketing, taught by recognized experts who share their knowledge and experiences in every class.