GoMyCode, Tunisia’s EdTech startup, raised $8m in a Series A round. The round was co-led by AfricInvest, through its Cathay AfricInvest Innovation Fund (CAIF) and Proparco with participation from Wamda Capital.
Launched in 2017, GoMyCode offers over 30 learning tracks ranging from web development to digital marketing and data science to artificial intelligence. Students are required to spend 50% of their time learning online and the other half at one of GoMyCode’s network of 20 physical centers.
GoMyCode aims to use the investment to scale operations to reach 100K students and open 50 centers across Africa and the Middle East in the next 2 years. GoMyCode is currenlty present in Tunisia, Bahrain, Morocco, Egypt, Algeria, Ivory Coast, Senegal and Nigeria.
The startup hopes to utilize the funding to drive its presence in 12 countries, including South Africa, Kenya, Ghana and Saudi Arabia. It also plans to deepen its presence in the countries already present, especially Egypt and Nigeria.
GoMyCode offers an online learning platform for coding and other digital training and provides digital training tools, content creation, skills management, technical evaluation and matching with employment opportunities.
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