ConveGenius Raises $5 Mn From BAce Capital, Heritas Capital And 3Line Venture Capital

The learning platform aims at making quality education accessible for middle- and low-income groups across India and make quality education accessible to 100 million marginalized children in India

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ConveGenius on Tuesday announced that it raised $5 million in venture capital funding to launch its conversational AI platform, ConveGenius AI in India and global markets. The pre-seed round was led by new investors, BAce Capital, Heritas Capital, and 3Lines Venture Capital as well as an existing investor, Michael and Susan Dell Foundation.

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 “We are excited to launch ConveGenius AI for democratizing digital access to billions of users globally and make knowledge and content accessible with a one-click experience,” said Jairaj Bhattacharya, chief executive officer, ConveGenius Group.

ConveGenius aims to expand its products on the WhatsApp ecosystem and other Conversational AI-based channels horizontally, to service more customers across different verticals and allow developers to launch their solutions on the platform. 

 “As schools were closed over prolonged periods during the pandemic, we believe that ConveGenius is well placed to tackle the learning crisis and gaps that have severely impacted students across India and in other emerging markets in the region. We are pleased to support ConveGenius in their mission to further scale their impactful solutions, providing greater access to affordable quality education for all,” shared Janet Chia, head of venture capital, Heritas Capital.

ConveGenius’ edtech use case has blitz scaled to 14 million monthly active users in India with 35 million daily conversations, catering to 10 different languages, and continues to grow at a rapid pace.

 “ConveGenius has focused on the broad and hitherto unserved market of 235 million students who belong to the first-generation mobile internet users with households using smartphones and mobile devices for the first time. Its focus on mass-market users and democratization of personalized content distribution by building conversational user experiences for mobile devices has created a niche segment for innovation and value creation,” commented Pallab Chatterjee, chairman, 3Lines VC Rocket Fund.

 “The Dell Foundation first invested in the company in 2016 and we believe this is the right time to take the product to millions of children by launching the direct-to-consumer (D2C) version,” added Prachi Windlass, director, Michael & Susan Dell Foundation.

The learning platform aims at making quality education accessible for middle- and low-income groups across India and making quality education accessible to 100 million marginalized children in India.