iXperience – A South African ed-tech startup raises $2.5m Series A funding

iXperience – A South African ed-tech startup raises $2.5m Series A funding

iXperience was co-founded in 2013 by Rafi Khan and Aaron Fuchs. The Cape-Town based firm started as a coding Bootcamp. And since then, iXperience has turned out as a leading startup in career-focused skills training.

To scale internationally and build out its products, the startup has secured a $2.5m Series A funding round.

The firm partners with individuals and institutions to bridge the gap between traditional learning processes and the skills required in today’s evolving workforce.

iXperience has over 2,500 alumni, and it uses proprietary technology mechanism to ensure the success of students through the learning process.

The startup plans to use the capital raised from the Series A funding round to grow its team and continue its investment in innovative technology platforms.

iXperience also plans to launch programmes across several markets and develop its global strategic partnership divisions.

‘’The world is evolving at an exceptional rate, and the current education system is lagging,’’ Fuchs said.

‘’In the next century, we believe that learning won’t be concentrated on the youth alone but it would be interwoven through a person’s life as they transition across careers and life priorities,’’ Fuchs added.

‘’Our mission is to build immersive and transformational learning experiences that offer our students the best possible life,’’ Fuch concluded.