Spark Studio, a Bengaluru-based extracurricular learning firm, has received funding from Y Combinator as part of the latter’s S21 batch.
Spark Studio, founded by Anushree Goenka, Kaustubh Khade, and Namita Goel in February 2021, has grown to 7,000 users in nine countries. Spark Studio will use the money from Y Combinator to construct an engaging platform with top-notch content and curriculum.
Anushree Goenka, Co-founder and CEO, Spark Studio said, “Y Combinator’s belief in the Indian extracurricular learning space is a validation of our model. Learning has shifted online and parents are looking for quality classes that they can meaningfully engage their children in.”
Spark Studio offers over 15 music, communications, and visual arts courses. Parents enrol their children in debate, storytelling, photography, stop motion animation, guitar, and piano lessons, among other things.