Global Platform For Kids BrightChamps raises $63M

BrightCHAMPS, a global platform for youngsters to master next-generation skills, announced a $63 million funding round on Monday.

Because it was founded during the pandemic, the company is effectively “headquartered” on Slack, with the bulk of its employees working remotely. The leadership team is situated in Goa and is looking for people all around the country. As the company adjusts to the new normal, it plans to build a centre of excellence in Bengaluru for staff interested in working in the hybrid model.

BrightChamps, founded by Ravi Bhushan in July of last year, aims to provide important next-generation life skills to children aged 6 to 16 around the world through its expertly crafted live learning programme, which complements the school curriculum, fuels children’s latent talent, and grooms them for future success in line with their natural abilities and inclinations.

Commenting on the investment Ravi, Founder and CEO at BrightChamps, said, “BrightChamps was conceptualised with a single thought — what would the youngsters tomorrow need to excel in this fast-changing dynamics of the modern world? We felt that there is an immense need for a unique curriculum, which can fill the gaps in the current education system while aligning with a child’s learning abilities as per their necessity of the age. We have been stunned with the love we have received so far from parents and students across different countries.”

Sharing about the company’s global focus, Deborah Quazzo, Managing Partner at GSV Ventures, said, “Brightchamps is a poster child for a high ROE (Return on education) company and is leading the disruptive wave which will make India one of the largest exporters of transformative digital education.”


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