Indonesian edtech startup, HarukaEDU raised its Series C funding round led by a US-based global trading firm, SIG with participation from AppWorks, GDP Venture, and Gunung Sewu Kencana.
It will use the fund to expand its B2B services through its corporate online training platform and supporting its lifelong learning platform, Pintaria.com — preparing Indonesian working adult for Industry 4.0 with upskilling and re-skilling.
HarukaEDU is committed to helping companies save cost by transforming their offline employee training program into an accessible online learning degree programs.
To date, HarukaEDU had partnered with 5 higher education institution partners in Indonesia to provide over 20 certified online and learning degree programs.
“With this approach, we aim to achieve the same learning outcome compared to regular offline training, yet reducing the number of working hours spent on training by 50 per cent, offering companies potential savings of millions of dollars per year.”, mentioned HarukaEDU CEO, Novistiar Rustandi.
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