Teach on Mars, a France-based mobile-native learning technology provider, completed its third round of funding, worth €7m.
The round was led by Omnes and Région Sud Investissement (advised by Turenne Capital), with participation from existing investors.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate development in three critical areas:
– commercial expansion, most notably in international markets;
– extension and reinforcement of its content partner network; and
– acceleration of its Research and Development programme.
Founded in 2013 in Sophia-Antipolis on the French Riviera by Vincent Desnot, Tanguy Deleplanque and Quentin Dérunes, Teach on Mars provides a mobile-native learning environment that incorporates solutions for the creation, distribution and management of professional training and personal development content through users’ smartphones.
The company has team of nearly 60 staff serving more than 100 blue-chip organisations and world-renowned brands in numerous sectors of activity, including luxury goods and financial services, as well as highly reputed training organisations.
To date, Teach on Mars has been deployed to a million learners and operates in more than 20 languages and over 60 countries throughout the world.