ApplyBoard announces CA $17 million Series A funding

ApplyBoard announces CA $17 million Series A funding

 

We recently announced our CAD $17 million Series A funding, led by Silicon Valley-based Artiman Ventures, with earlier investors 500 Startups, Candou Ventures, Think+ and others following on. The funds will boost our mission to make education accessible to students everywhere.

It’s been an exciting time for our team. We couldn’t have achieved such success without the support of our valued partnerships. We thank you!

We’re excited to continue the growth of the company and further development of our platform. Even more so, we’re excited to connect more and more students with their dream of international studies.

 

 

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Adrianna Dyczkowsky, Public Relations Specialist at ApplyBoard

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