Skoove, a Berlin, Germany-based music tech startup, raised €3M in funding.
Caparuca, MGO Digital Ventures and Ringier Digital Ventures joined existing investors Egora Holding, IBB Beteiligungsgesellschaft and High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF).
The company intends to use the funds to further develop the technology and didactics that define Skoove and further push the growth of its customer base, especially in the core markets of North-America and Europe.
Founded in 2014 by Dr. Florian Plenge and Stephan Schulz, Skoove is a the piano e-learning platform allowing people of any age to receive guidance and feedback from the app (available on iOS and in browser) and develop their piano or keyboard skills. They can choose from 13 different courses as well as hundreds of popular tracks and acquire theoretical music knowledge and learn the principles of composition and freestyle playing. Already, people across 211 different countries have taken more than 1 million lessons on Skoove.
The team currently consists of 20 people.