To minimise the spread of COVID-19, many schools, across the world, have shut down and remote learning has become the only solution to move forward. Many edtech startups have stepped up their game to help teachers, students, and parents to navigate the “new normal” of teaching. The same is just as true in the corporate world, with companies not only having to transition to remote work, but also to figure out how to coach and upskill their workforce. This is where Sweden-based Sana Labs wants to make the difference.
Sana Labs raises €14.9M
In a recent development, the Stockholm-based Sana Labs, a startup that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to personalise training courses for professionals, has raised $18M (approx €14.9M) in its series A round of funding.