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Forbes: Edtech company Knorish raises pre-series-A funding
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Jun 03, 2020

 Knorish, a startup that helps educational institutes as well as individual trainers in specialist areas go online, has raised $323,000 in pre-series-A funding to deepen its technology and add customers.

The NCR-based venture was founded by Kinner N Sacchdev and Rakhi Wadhwa, and the duo have previously raised a seed round from 100X.VC. The current round saw participation from Standard Greases Family group and Uday Sodhi, former business head of Sony Liv.

“Knorish is a great new-age business that is disrupting the online training and education market. Their platform is empowering educational institutes and trainers during the toughest phase of their businesses,” Sodhi said in a statement.

Knorish’s all-in-one knowledge commerce software-as-a-service platform enables individuals such as artists, trainers, coaches, professionals, consultants, experts and institutions to build and launch their entire online business. The platform offers several features including a powerful website builder tool, a course builder, pre-integrated payment gateways to automate payment collection, along with many other tools to quickly launch online academies and businesses.

Read: Edtech company Knorish raises pre-series-A funding

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