This education app just raised $4 million from SafetyCulture

SuppliedEd App CEO and founder Darren Winterford.

On-demand learning platform Ed App has raised $4 million from SafetyCulture.

The app facilitates more than 35,000 micro lessons daily, offering companies across all industries a means to onboard, motivate, and train employees via interactive templates, video learning and gamification.

The funding will be used to continue its expansion locally and overseas, develop its product offering and grow its learning design and app development team.

Luke Anear, founder of SafetyCulture and recently appointed board member of Ed App, says he was instantly impressed by Ed App’s existing client base and how the platform offered wide scale on-demand training.

“When I was introduced to Ed App I knew it was something I wanted to be a part of,” he says.

“It’s an exciting SaaS business tackling an underserviced part of the market. Finding an effective learning management system is crucial for any business and the fact that Ed App have gone one step further and coupled this with an on-demand mobile-first learning solution is game-changing. We are excited to be part of their journey,” he said.

Over the next two years, the app is aiming to triple its users on the platform and become the global standard for mobile based microlearning in the workplace.

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