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Inventiva | Exclusive Interview Of "Prerna Jhunjhunwala" From "Creative Galileo"

Creative Galileo is an edtech start up in the early learning space. Their Little Singham Kids Early Learning App is available to download on the Play Store and has achieved over 3M downloads since being launched in July 2020.

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0xzx.com | Creative Galileo, A Gamification-Based Educational Technology Startup, Raises Funds From Kalaari

Creative Galileo, an educational technology startup, raised $2.5 million in a seed round led by Kalaari Capital. Harish Bahl, Shashin Shah, Jinesh Patel, Atul Nishwar, Ashwin Puri and Giridhar Malpani also participated in this round.

Creative Galileo was founded in 2020 by Prerna Jhunjhunwala and Anunay Kumar to operate in the field of early learning. The edtech startup claims that the startup’s product "Little Singham" is an early learning mobile application with a gamified interface for children aged 3 to 6. Since its launch in 2020, it has been downloaded more than 4 million times.

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15 Minute News | Edtech firm Creative Galileo gets $2.5 mn in funding led by Kalaari Capital

Kalaari Capital's investment came from CXXO, an initiative to promote female founders in India's start-up ecosystem.

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5 Paisa.com | Edtech start-up Creative Galileo raises $2.5 m in seed funding from Kalaari Capital, others

EdTech start-up Creative Galileo on Tuesday announced that it has raised $2.5mn in a funding round led by Kalaari Capital. Gaining traction. Co-founded by Prerna A Jhunjhunwala, and Nikhil Naik in 2020, Creative Galileo is an early learning app which garnered over four million downloads in the first 12 months of its launch since its inception in July 2020.

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ANI News | Creative Galileo partners with Periwinkle

Creative Galileo, one of the fastest-growing kids early learning apps today, announced that it has partnered with Periwinkle by Jeevandeep Edumedia, an industry leader with 50+ years of legacy. Periwinkle focuses on creating engaging and thoughtful content for children based on global education standards.

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ANI News | Creative Galileo's Kids Learning App 'Little Singham' Hits a Million Downloads in Six Months

'Little Singham: Kids Early Learning App' launched last year by Creative Galileo has hit a million downloads in just six months with an average rating of 4.70. Creative Galileo is an e-learning app that weaves together the best of education and entertainment to create personalised, integrated learning experiences for young minds.

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APN News | Creative Galileo enters into a partnership with Amar Chitra Katha

Mumbai : Edtech Trailblazer, Creative Galileo, has entered into a partnership with the Indian history and mythological comic book giant Amar Chitra Katha. Under this partnership Creative Galileo will have the license to use a wide selected range of Amar Chitra Katha and Tinkle’s iconic stories and characters to create highly engaging content for games and videos for children between the ages of 3 to 10.

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AdGully | Edtech startup Creative Galileo raises $2.5 million in seed funding

EdTech start-up Creative Galileo today announced it has raised $2.5 million. The round was led by Kalaari Capital with an investment of $2.1 Mn and remaining from well-known angels, such as Harish Bahl, Shashin Shah, Jinesh Patel, Atul Nishar, Ashwin Puri and Giridhar Malpani.

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Adgully | Creative Galileo enters into a partnership with Amar Chitra Katha

Edtech Trailblazer, Creative Galileo, has entered into a partnership with the Indian history and mythological comic book giant Amar Chitra Katha. Under this partnership Creative Galileo will have the license to use a wide selected range of Amar Chitra Katha and Tinkle’s iconic stories and characters to create highly engaging content for games and videos for children between the ages of 3 to 10.

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Aithority.com | Edtech Startup Creative Galileo Raises $2.5 Million In Seed Funding From Kalaari Capital And Others

EdTech start-up Creative Galileo announced it has raised $2.5 million. The round was led by Kalaari Capital with an investment of $2.1 Mn and remaining from well-known angels, such as Harish Bahl, Shashin Shah, Jinesh Patel, Atul Nishar, Ashwin Puri and Giridhar Malpani.

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Animation Express | Ed-tech startup Creative Galileo raises $2.5 million from seed fundings under Kalaari’s CXXO initiative

Edtech startup Creative Galileo has raised $2.5 million in its seed round led by Kalaari Capital with an investment of $2.1 million. Harish Bahl, Shashin Shah, Jinesh Patel, Atul Nishar, Ashwin Puri and Giridhar Malpani have also joined the round and put the remaining amount.

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Animation Xpress | Prerna Jhunjhunwala comments on India’s only character-based kids learning app ‘Little Singham’ crossing 2.5 million downloads

Ed-tech in India is a vast market that is growing every day and covid-19 has accelerated its adoption. The pandemic has transformed the old chalk-talk teaching model into one driven by technology.

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Anti News | Edtech Startup Creative Galileo Bags $2.5 Million In Seed Funding From Kalaari Capital, Others

Edtech startup Creative Galileo said on Tuesday it has raised $2.5 million in a seed funding round led by Kalaari Capital, which made an investment of $2.1 million in the firm.

The remaining funds came from angel investors such as Harish Bahl, Shashin Shah, Jinesh Patel, Atul Nishar, Ashwin Puri and Giridhar Malpani.

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Asean Business | Is EdTech Southeast Asia’s largest untapped opportunity?

Southeast Asia is home to a population of 700 million, of which 26 per cent falls within the school-attending age group. Yet access to quality education is often limited and unevenly spread across the region, with literacy rates as low as 58 per cent in Laos, 74 per cent in Cambodia and 76 per cent in Myanmar, according to United Nations research.

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Asia Tech Daily | Edtech startup Creative Galileo raises $2.5m in Kalaari Capital-led funding round

Singapore-based edtech start-up Creative Galileo has raised $2.5 million in a round led by Kalaari Capital to expand across Southeast Asia and integrate local languages within the platform.

Creative Galileo is the first portfolio company of the Kalaari Capital-backed CXXO initiative, which promotes inclusive innovation.

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BW Disrupt | Gamification of learning makes early education more productive

E-learning is refurbishing early education in India, and the process accelerated in 2020 as an aftermath of the COVID-induced lockdown.

The most significant transformation is that the student need not be physically present in school. This has given the push to utilize supplemental learning tools with emerging technologies. The benefits of online apps and portals are appreciated by parents and teachers, as reported by a nationwide survey.

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Bhaskar Live | Creative Galileo Partners with Periwinkle

Creative Galileo, one of the fastest-growing kids early learning apps today, announced that it has partnered with Periwinkle by Jeevandeep Edumedia, an industry leader with 50+ years of legacy. Periwinkle focuses on creating engaging and thoughtful content for children based on global education standards.

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Brain Feed | Edutainment: A profound enabler of learning and equal opportunity

Education has undergone a sea change in the last five years. Children between the ages of three and eight years are instinctively tuned to use technology effortlessly. Combining education and entertainment is the most effective means to leverage young kids’ unique curiosity for their overall development.

Indian children have tremendous exposure to app-based education. After the pandemic-induced lockdown, the usage of apps and computers has increased in cities and villages alike. Innovative e-learning apps bring tremendous advantages such as providing quality interaction, reducing the need for rote memorization, 24 x 7 availability, fostering systematic learning activity, and bridging communication gaps between parents and teachers.

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Business Fortnight | Creative Galileo enters into a partnership with Amar Chitra Katha

Edtech Trailblazer, Creative Galileo, has entered into a partnership with the Indian history and mythological comic book giant Amar Chitra Katha. Under this partnership Creative Galileo will have the license to use a wide selected range of Amar Chitra Katha and Tinkle’s iconic stories and characters to create highly engaging content for games and videos for children between the ages of 3 to 10.

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Business Insider | Creative Galileo's Kids Learning App 'Little Singham' Hits A Million Downloads In Six Months

'Little Singham: Kids Early Learning App' which was launched last year by Creative Galileo has hit a million downloads in just six months with an average rating of 4.70.

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Business Standard | Creative Galileo partners with Periwinkle

Creative Galileo, one of the fastest-growing kids early learning apps today, announced that it has partnered with Periwinkle by Jeevandeep Edumedia, an industry leader with 50+ years of legacy.

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Business Standard | Creative Galileo's Kids Learning App 'Little Singham' Hits a Million Downloads in Six Months

'Little Singham: Kids Early Learning App' launched last year by Creative Galileo has hit a million downloads in just six months with an average rating of 4.70. Creative Galileo is an e-learning app that weaves together the best of education and entertainment to create personalised, integrated learning experiences for young minds.

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Business Standard | Edtech firm Creative Galileo gets $2.5 mn in funding led by Kalaari Capital

Creative Galileo, an education technology startup, said on Tuesday it has raised $2.5 million for scaling up business, product development and hiring.

The company raised the amount through a round led by Kalaari Capital (which invested $2.1 million) and the rest from angel investors Harish Bahl, Shashin Shah, Jinesh Patel, Atul Nishar, Ashwin Puri and Giridhar Malpani.

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Business World | Creative Galileo 3Mn+ Downloads in One Year

EdTech Creative Galileo, which announced its debut in July 2020, has crossed a record-breaking 3 million downloads with over 5 lacs monthly active users for its 'Kids Early Learning App'. In the next 12-14 months, the company aims to achieve 10 million downloads. The educational learning app, aimed at children between the ages of 3 and 8 years, has registered a rating of 4.5 on Play Store and continues to make headway.

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Business World | Creative Galileo Raises $2.5 Million In Seed Funding

EdTech start-up Creative Galileo today announced it has raised $2.5 million. The round was led by Kalaari Capital with an investment of $2.1 Mn and remaining from well-known angels, such as Harish Bahl, Shashin Shah, Jinesh Patel, Atul Nishar, Ashwin Puri and Giridhar Malpani. The capital will be used for scaling, product development and enhancement, creating new engaging content, forging partnerships with leading animation houses, and hiring talent.

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Business World | Creative Galileo enters into a partnership with Amar Chitra Katha

Edtech, Creative Galileo, has entered into a partnership with the Indian history and mythological comic book giant Amar Chitra Katha. Under this partnership, Creative Galileo will have the license to use a wide selected range of Amar Chitra Katha and Tinkle’s iconic stories and characters to create highly engaging content for games and videos for children between the ages of 3 to 10.

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Business World | Creative Galileo's Kids Learning App 'Little Singham' Hits A Million Downloads In Six Months

'Little Singham: Kids Early Learning App' launched last year by Creative Galileo has hit a million downloads in just six months with an average rating of 4.70. Creative Galileo is an e-learning app that weaves together the best of education and entertainment to create personalised, integrated learning experiences for young minds.

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CIOL | Startup Circle: How is Creative Galileo helping kids learn through a personalised journey?

According to market data, in the year 2020, India became the second-largest market for e-learning after the US. Going by this demand, in the ever growing Indian Edtech market, K-12 solutions will account for 41% of the total edtech market. The team at Creative Galileo believes the app has the right mix of education and entertainment for the market. It creates personalised, integrated learning experiences for young minds.

In line with the thought, Prerna Jhunjunwala, Founder, Creative Galileo, talks about how the company addresses the Indian edtech sector untapped market. She sheds light on their journey so far and their plans for the Indian market.

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CNBC Tv18 | Edtech startup Creative Galileo raises $2.5 million in seed round

Edtech startup Creative Galileo has raised $2.5 million in seed round of funding led by Kalaari Capital.
While Kalaari pumped in $2.1 million, a clutch of angels including Harish Bahl (founder of Smile Group), Shashin Shah (managing partner at Think Investments), Ashwin Puri (former managing director of Facebook for the Asia-Pacific region), among others, invested the remaining amount.

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Catch It Live | Edtech Startup Creative Galileo Bags $2.5 Million In Seed Funding From Kalaari Capital, Others

Edtech startup Creative Galileo said on Tuesday it has raised $2.5 million in a seed funding round led by Kalaari Capital, which made an investment …

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Connected To India | EdTech startup Creative Galileo raises USD 2.5 mn in seed round led by Kalaari Capital

Creative Galileo was founded by Prerna Jhunjhunwala, founder of a chain of Singapore based schools, and Nikhil Naik.

The capital will be used for scaling, product development and enhancement, creating new engaging content, forging partnerships with leading animation houses, and hiring talent, an official statement read.

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Daiji World | EdTech startups on a roll, bet big on India

With one of the youngest populations in the world and limited availability of good quality educational institutions and teachers, it is not surprising that education technology or EdTech will thrive in India. It will only get better as technology improves and teachers learn to use better tools to impart education to millions of students.

Sample this: A children's character-based early learning app 'Little Singham' launched amid the pandemic hit a million downloads in just six months with an average rating of 4.70.

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Daily Advent | Edtech Startup Creative Galileo Raises $2.5 Million In Seed Funding From Kalaari Capital And Others

Creative Galileo becomes First Portfolio Company under Kalaari’s CXXO initiative EdTech start-up Creative Galileo announced it has raised $2.5 million.

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Daily Hunt | EdTech startups on a roll, bet big on India

With one of the youngest populations in the world and limited availability of good quality educational institutions and teachers, it is not surprising that education technology or EdTech will thrive in India. It will only get better as technology improves and teachers learn to use better tools to impart education to millions of students.

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Devdiscourse | Creative Galileo raises USD 2.5 mln

Edtech startup Creative Galileo on Tuesday said has it has raised USD 2.5 million (around Rs 19 crore) in a funding round led by Kalaari Capital.

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Device Next | Creative Galileo crosses 3 million downloads after its debut last year

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E27.co | Creative Galileo rakes in US$2.5M to grow its fun, interactive learning app for kids

Creative Galileo, a Singapore-based edutech startup focussing on children in the three to ten age bracket, has raised US$2.5 million in a round led by Indian VC firm Kalaari Capital.

Harish Bahl (Smile Group), Shashin Shah (Think Investments), Jinesh Patel (Integra Partners), Atul Nishar (Hexaware Technologies), Ashwin Puri (Facebook), and Giridhar Malpani, also co-invested.

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Economic Times | Creative Galileo's kids learning app gains traction

Little Singham: Kids Early Learning App, a character-based learning app that weaves education with entertainment is on an expansion drive in 2021 with a goal to customise the app to children’s learning needs. Launched in 2020 by Creative Galileo, the app has seen one million downloads so far, according to a release. Its also planning to raise venture funds.

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Economic Times | Edtech startup Creative Galileo raises $2.5 million in funding from Kalaari Capital, others

Edtech startup Creative Galileo has raised $2.5 million in a round led by Kalaari Capital contributing $2.1 million and remaining from angel investors such as Harish Bahl, Shashin Shah, Jinesh Patel, Atul Nishar, Ashwin Puri and Giridhar Malpani. The capital will be used for scaling, product development and enhancement, creating new engaging content, forging partnerships with leading animation houses, and hiring talent, according to a release.

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Edtech Review | Singapore-based Kids Learning App Creative Galileo Raises $2.5M from Kalaari Capital, Others

The funding round was also joined by Harish Bahl, Shashin Shah, Jinesh Patel, Atul Nishwar, Ashwin Puri, and Giridhar Malpani.

The company plans to use the fresh funds to hire more employees, produce more content, and build more partnerships with animation houses.

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Enablers Investment | Edtech startup Creative Galileo raises USD 2.5 million in round led by Kalaari Capital

Edtech startup Creative Galileo, has raised USD 2.5 million in a funding round led by Kalaari Capital Partners. Kalaari Capital has invested USD 2.1 million in the funding round. Angel investors such as Harish Bahl, Shashin Shah, Jinesh Patel, Atul Nishar, Ashwin Puri, and Giridhar Malpani also participated in the round. The app provides content by mixing education and entertainment to create personalised, integrated learning experiences for children.

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Equity Pandit | Creative Galileo Gets $2.5 Million in Funding Led by Kalaari Capital

On Tuesday, Edtech Firm Creative Galileo is an education technology that has raised $2.5 million for scaling up the business, product development and hiring. The company introduced the amount through a round led by Kalaari Capital (which invested $2.1 million) and the rest from angel investors Harish Bahl, Shashin Shah, Jinesh Patel, Atul Nishar Ashwin Puri and Giridhar Malpani.

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Forbes India | Creative Galileo gets $2.5 million in seed round from Kalaari, others

Edtech startup Creative Galileo has raised $2.5 million in seed round of funding led by Kalaari Capital, making it the first company to be backed by the venture fund’s flagship CXXO programme for women founders. While Kalaari pumped in $2.1 million, and a clutch of angels.

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Forbes India | The power of zero: Making mathematics fun

It was an elementary question for 12-year-olds. “Which is the larger number: 0.19 or 0.2?” Manan Khurma, an IIT alumnus who started math edtech startup Cuemath in 2013, posed it to a bunch of chirpy eight graders in Bengaluru. Most of the replies were unexpected, and alarming. “If they are picking 0.19 over 0.2, then there is something fundamentally wrong,” he mused. But what stunned Khurma most was something else. Decimals as a concept is introduced to the kids when they are in fourth grade. Getting a wrong reply to a question meant for fourth or fifth graders at most was disturbing.

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Free Press Journal | Edtech startup Creative Galileo raises $2.5 mn in Seed funding from Kalaari Capital, others

EdTech start-up Creative Galileo today announced it has raised $2.5 million. The round was led by Kalaari Capital with an investment of $2.1 Mn and remaining from well-known angels, such as Harish Bahl, Shashin Shah, Jinesh Patel, Atul Nishar, Ashwin Puri and Giridhar Malpani.

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GlamSham | EdTech startups on a roll, bet big on India

With one of the youngest populations in the world and limited availability of good quality educational institutions and teachers, it is not surprising that education technology or EdTech will thrive in India. It will only get better as technology improves and teachers learn to use better tools to impart education to millions of students.

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Goad News | Edtech startup Creative Galileo raises $ 2.5 million in seed round

Edtech startup Creative Galileo has raised $ 2.5 million in an initial round of funding led by Kalaari Capital.

While Kalaari contributed $ 2.1 million, a handful of angels such as Harish Bahl (founder of Smile Group), Shashin Shah (Managing Partner of Think Investments), Ashwin Puri (former Facebook Managing Director for the Asia Pacific region) ), among others, invested the remaining amount.

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Good Word News | Edtech start-up Creative Galileo raises $ 2.5 million in funding round

Creative Galileo has raised $ 2.5 million in seed funding led by Kalaari Capital.

While Kalaari injected $ 2.1 million, a handful of angels including Harish Bahl (founder of Smile Group), Shashin Shah (managing partner of Think Investments), Ashwin Puri (former CEO of Facebook for the Asia region) Pacific), among others, invested the remaining amount.

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Higher Education | Edutainment: A profound enabler of learning and equal opportunity

Education has undergone a sea change in the last five years. Children between the ages of three and eight years are instinctively tuned to use technology effortlessly. Combining education and entertainment is the most effective means to leverage young kids’ unique curiosity for their overall development.

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IANS Live | EdTech start-ups on a roll, bet big on India

With one of the youngest populations in the world and limited availability of good quality educational institutions and teachers, it is not surprising that education technology or EdTech will thrive in India. It will only get better as technology improves and teachers learn to use better tools to impart education to millions of students.

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