Zouk, an Indian edtech startup, has raised $3 million in a Series A funding round led by Stellaris Venture Partners, with participation from Sharp Ventures, SRI Capital and Credence Family Office. The company will use the funds to expand its product suite, invest in technology and hire more talent.
Founded in 2018 by former Flipkart executive Mayank Kumar and ex-Amazon engineer Aditya Singhal, Zouk provides a comprehensive platform for students to learn and practice coding, data structure and problem-solving. The startup also has an AI-enabled platform that helps to assess coding skills and provides tailored learning programs.
Speaking on the investment, Manish Kheterpal, co-founder of Stellaris Venture Partners, said, “We are impressed with the team’s focus on building an end-to-end platform for students to learn and practice coding and problem-solving. Zouk’s ability to personalize the learning journey for each student makes it a perfect fit for today’s online learning environment.”