Gurugram-based interactive learning app OckyPocky received an undisclosed investment from Udaan Co-founder and CEO Sujeet Kumar and Hyderabad-based SucSEED Indovation Fund, the business announced Thursday.
The funds will be used by the edtech business to expand its material repository for a broader vernacular audience and fine-tune its products to benefit a larger student population.
OckyPocky provides essential language learning programmes so that children can attain long-term success by mastering the English language. OckyPocky offers improved learning outcomes by using an AI-based platform that provides real-time feedback to children as they learn.
Speaking on the capital injection, Amit Agrawal, Founder and CEO, OckyPocky, said, “Since its inception, OckyPocky has been on a mission to empower children and help them master English — with the right learning tools that can unlock unlimited future possibilities for them. With this seed funding round led by Sujeet Sir and SIF, we will be able to expand and further develop our technology to deliver high quality personalised learning experience enabled by an interactive and innovative approach across India’s high-potential Tier-II, III, and IV cities.”
“The OckyPocky team is focused on solving one of the long-standing problems in the Indian education system, i.e., democratising English learning through tech. I was impressed by the product quality and team background, along with the personalised nature of the language learning programmes that it offers,” said Sujeet Kumar, Co-founder and CEO, Udaan.