Codeyoung, an Indian edtech startup dedicated to introducing coding to K12 students at an early age, secured a seed round of funding of undisclosed amount.
The round was led by Guild Capital.
The raised funds will be used to scale up in International Markets as well as strengthen Academics Research, Technology and Product teams.
Founded by IIT- Delhi alumni Shailendra Dhakad and Rupika Taneja, Codeyoung is a startup that provides live online coding classes to K12 students. The edtech company offers coding courses to K12 students between 5-16 years of age.
Codeyoung’s curriculum extends beyond the drag & drop environment & equips kids with skills to create industry-standard programs on popular languages like Python and Java, all provided in a collaborative approach.
The company has engaged 15000+ students globally in less than a year.