Barcelona-based edtech startup World Mastery picks up €3M to accelerate the global go-to-market strategy

Barcelona-based edtech startup World Mastery picks up €3M to accelerate the global go-to-market strategy

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In the latest development, World Mastery, a content-as-a-service platform that provides structured online courses, has secured a €3 million Series A round led by Pan-European VC Nauta Capital. With this funding, the company is planning to enhance World Mastery’s platform and accelerate the global go-to-market strategy.

Aniol Brosa, co-founder and CEO of World Mastery, said: 

We aim to create a long-lasting company that serves society, our employees and our shareholders; while helping our “Maestros” to preserve their legacy in a meaningful, global and profitable way. We feel fortunate to create products and services that are fostering high-class education as a cornerstone for a better world.

Records and distributes e-learning content! 

If you are not aware, World Mastery records and distributes e-learning content from celebrities in the Sports and Arts sector targeted to professionals. 

Oriol Segundo co-founder and COO of World Mastery said: 

It’s a great joy to know that thousands of professionals have improved their lives and feel empowered thanks to our expert-led platform, which gives them key lessons and values from the best in their profession.

Through their all-in-one the content platform, clients can access more than 25 hours of videos per course as well as tools to monitor their progress and performance, delivered by experts such as Toni Nadal; world’s most successful tennis coach, Božidar Maljković; considered one of the best European Basketball Coaches of all times as well as Kim Kimble – a top celebrity hairstylist. 

Rapidly growing e-learning market

Based out of Barcelona, this company was founded in 2016 by Aniol Brosa and Oriol Segundo. Primarily targeting businesses such as academies and corporates as well as freelance professional instructors and tutors, the platform has tapped into the rapidly growing e-learning market, which is predicted to exceed $300bn by 2025.  

At present, the online course is used by more than 10.000 customers across 105 countries, with the U.S. being the company’s primary market, followed by Spain, Italy, Mexico, and France. It employs more than 50 employees currently. 

Jordi Vinas, Nauta Capital’s General Partner who will join the company’s board, commented: 

We are very impressed with Aniol and Oriol’s ability to build a global business in such a short space of time. They have achieved a clear product-market fit and strong commercial growth, and we’re excited to support World Mastery become a category leader in their domain.

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