BEGiN, the edtech company focused on children’s education and the company behind the Homer app, has raised $28.6M in additional funding according to a recent SEC filing. The total offering is for $67.5M and this close comes from twenty-three investors. Founded by Neal Shenoy and Noelle Millholt in 2011, BEGiN had previously raised a total of $32.8M in reported equity funding. Investors in previous rounds include Alumni Ventures Group, Total Access Fund, Advancit Capital, Wellington Management, Green D Ventures, Rethink Education, GSV AcceleraTE, Chestnut Street Ventures, Empire Angels, Start Capital, Interlock Partners, Vaidya Capital Partners, Media, Kyowon Group, Rick Segal, Gerald Hughes, Ninestars, Sayegh Group, OpenBox Ventures, Helena Wong, Dave Pottruck, and Betty Cohen.
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