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SpEd@school secures bridge funding round to scale up operations

With this financing, the company plans to accelerate sales and operations in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) while exploring entry into the North American market

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SpEd@school has secured a bridge funding round from its investors to scale up its operations. With this financing, the company plans to accelerate sales and operations in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) while exploring entry into the North American market.

As part of its expansion strategy, SpEd@school is launching live demos and free trials for its flagship product, SPEED 2.1 Learning Management System (LMS). These interactive sessions will provide schools with first-hand experience of SPEED 2.1’s comprehensive suite of features and functionalities, including SpEdProbe Assessments and SpEdTrack Individualised Education and Cognitive Programmes for children.

Speaking on the fundraising, Dr Dhaval Mody, Founder and CEO, SpEd@school, said, “Our partnership with OneAttempt underscores a mutual commitment to empower educators and support students with diverse learning needs across the UAE. We believe that by offering live demos of SPEED 2.1 LMS, we can showcase the transformative impact of our unique education solutions. Through personalised learning experiences and data-driven insights, we empower educators to create inclusive learning environments that meet the needs of every student.

SpEd@school’s strategic investment and partnership with OneAttempt, an education technology company based in Dubai, will not only facilitate SpEd@school’s entry into the UAE market, but also lay the groundwork for collaborative initiatives aimed at advancing special education in the region, thereby enhancing the company’s growth potential.

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