Copenhagen-based Labster, an edtech startup that sells virtual science laboratory simulations to schools, has raised $60M (approx €49.4M) in its Series C round of funding. The round brings Labster’s total capital raised to $100M (approx €82.4M).
Investors in this round.
The round was led by Andreessen Horowitz (known as “a16z”) – a new investor in the company. The venture capital fund has nearly $16.6B (approx €13.69B) in assets under management.