Learn to Win, a Palo Alto, CA-based mobile-first active learning platform that streamlines training for high-performance teams, raised $4M in seed funding.
Norwest Venture Partners led the round with participation from Pear VC and the 20|20 Fund.
Funding will be used to broaden product awareness, expand platform capabilities, and extend into new industry categories, starting with first responders and healthcare companies.
Co-founded by Andrew Powell and Sasha Seymore as an alum of the 2019 Hacking 4 Defense® course at Stanford, Learn to Win is an active learning platform that streamlines training for high-performance teams.
The platform offers:
- Agile lessons: Interactive, three- to five-minute video and photo-driven lessons are available on mobile for flexible, user-friendly learning.
- Instructor Input: Intuitive web templates empower instructors to design interactive lessons as easily as creating a PowerPoint.
- Fast Feedback: Dynamic analytics dashboards provide crucial insight into learners’ performance, allowing instructors to pivot or double-down as needed to ensure preparedness.
Already a proven resource for athletic teams, businesses, and the U.S. Department of Defense, the platform helps users become more effective through targeted sessions, lesson plans, and rapid feedback.
Learn to Win has already serves teams like the NCAA, University of Michigan Football, Under Armour All-America game, NHL, and the U.S. Department of Defense.