Startup Fiveable raised $2.3M
Fiveable , a social learning platform, announced its latest round of funding of $2.3 million led by BBG Ventures with participation from new investors including Metrodora Ventures (Chelsea Clinton’s fund), Matchstick Ventures, Spero Ventures, and prominent edtech angel Deborah Quazzo. The round also included follow-on investments from Cream City Ventures, 27V, Golden Angels, and SoGal.
Milwaukee-based and a team of ~167, Fiveable was founded in 2018 with the goal of delivering high quality, virtual teaching for advanced high school courses. The company aims to bring more content to more students and allow all students to reach their potential. Earlier this year, the startup closed $615k in Seed funding and announced a student-first approach to growth.
“This is a big moment for Fiveable and we’re so excited to work with investors who share our student-first vision for social learning. But more importantly, we are a team of 15 passionate, creative innovators who are ready to build the future students deserve.” – Fiveable.