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Lightspeed Venture Partners Looks to Make $1.8B Fund

The VC firm is looking to raise $1.8 billion for Lightspeed Venture Partners Select III, according to a regulatory filing.

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BYJU’S and Shah Rukh Khan Partners Up for Children’s Day

SRK says, “As a parent, I believe that if children are taught through a visual medium, they will learn better as smartphones and tablets have become their primary mode of content consumption.”

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Just When You Thought the World Bank Won’t Fund Startup India

The International Finance Corporation is a World Bank Group member. It has leveraged $2.6 billion in capital to deliver more than $265 billion in financing.

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BYJU’S Rise to Head Master in Indian Edtech

Byju Raveendran, founder and CEO of BYJU’S is such an effective teacher that what began as tutoring friends culminated in India’s biggest, most disruptive edtech app, BYJU’S.

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Top Funding Deals of 2016

Bangalore-based Education technology start-up Byju’s, owned by Think and Learn Pvt. Ltd, had raised $75 million in Series C round from venture capital firm Sequoia Capital and Belgian investment firm Sofina in March 2016.

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India Deals: Byju's Raises Funding from World Bank Arm IFC and 21 More Updates

Japanese telecoms and energy company SoftBank says it has agreed to invest $1 billion in the US company OneWeb Ltd, which is building a network of satellites to provide global broadband access.

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BYJU's Set to Raise $50M for International Expansion

BYJU’s Learning App is already profitable in India with MOM growth of 15%. The revenues for June 2016 stood at Rs 30 crore. The increasingly popular mobile app, that has crossed 5 million downloads, is reinventing pedagogy in the age of mobile devices.

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BYJU's, Ed-Tech Company That is Reinventing How Students Learn, Through Its Learning App

This number is expected to grow to 330 million in the next 5 years. 70% of these K-12 students today have access to a smartphone, and this percentage is fast increasing.

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