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Funding Boost: Madrid EdTech Leemons Expands SaaS Learning Platform

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• Leemons, a SaaS platform for data-based learning, has raised €1.5 million in a funding round led by Swanlaab Venture Factory, Ship2b Ventures, and Stella Maris Partners.

• The investment will be used to consolidate the SaaS platform, implement its go-to-market strategy, and recruit key personnel.

• Leemons, founded in 2021, aims to lead the educational technology sector with its unique LXP platform and plans to expand internationally in 2024.

Madrid-based edtech Leemons has secured €1.5 million in funding to expand its SaaS platform for data-based learning. The investment, led by Swanlaab Venture Factory, Ship2b Ventures, and Stella Maris Partners, will be used to consolidate the SaaS platform, implement its go-to-market strategy, and recruit key personnel.

The modular platform, founded in 2021 by Lula de León and Johan Sosa, is designed to meet the unique needs of educational institutions and allows for the adoption of innovative teaching methodologies. The platform can easily integrate with existing systems such as Teams, Classroom, Zoom, Drive, and YouTube.

Leemons plans to use the new funding to expand internationally and reach different countries in Europe and the UK. The company aims to be a disruptive force in the educational technology sector, providing a unique product that solves the problems faced by educators, trainers, and students in the learning process. With this investment, Leemons plans to continue developing its platform and growing its team.

The funding round was led by Swanlaab Tech Fund II, which made an investment of over €500,000. Swanlaab expects to add five to six more investments in Leemons during 2024. In addition to Swanlaab, Ship2B Ventures, a fund specializing in early-stage investment in startups in the edtech sector, also joined the funding round.

Leemons offers a global platform for schools looking to digitize the learning experience and make evidence-based decisions for teachers, students, and school management. The platform has already gained traction with over 14,000 downloads and approximately 10% active installations. Leemons caters to both online and blended learning plans for universities, vocational training centers, and corporate training.

The funding will support Leemons’ mission to improve student performance and reduce school failure. The company plans to further develop its platform and reach new markets in Europe and the UK.

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