- Language learning app Tandem just raised $5 million in a Series A fundraising round backed by Brighteye Ventures.
- The Berlin-based startup boasts more than 10 million users across 180 countries, allowing them to learn everything from French through to sign language and ‘Star Trek’ language Klingon.
- We got an exclusive look at the pitch deck Tandem used to bring investors on board.
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Tandem, the language learning app letting users pair up and share tips from around the world, has raised more than $5 million in a Series A fundraising round.
Launched in 2015, Berlin-based Tandem today boasts more than 10 million users across 180 countries, members are matched with fluent speakers of the language they want to learn, allowing them to swap ideas over text, audio and video.
Users can choose from more than 300 different languages, including 20 forms of sign language, 20 indigenous language – and six fictional ones like Klingon or Mandalorian.
The firm’s £4.5 million ($5.7 million) funding round was led by Brighteye Ventures, a leading European technology fund, alongside Trind Ventures, Rubylight Limited, and GPS Ventures.
Check out the pitch deck they used to bring investors on board below:
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