Founderz receives €430,000 funding round, led by Oryon Universal

The online business school founded by the entrepreneur, Pau Garcia-Milà and Anna Cejudo in 2020, has announced the closing of a financing round of €430,000, led by Oryon Universal, to continue growing in the online business market. decentralized education (DeEd).

The resources obtained in the round will allow Founderz to expand its team, which is currently made up of 12 people, as well as its portfolio of online Masters in microlearning. Likewise, Founderz will be able to consolidate its business model at the national level before starting international expansion in new markets, which will be added to the presence it already has in Ecuador, Mexico and Chile.

Pau Garcia-Milà has been satisfied with the result of the operation while pointing out that “This will mark a turning point in the development and growth of our program: after validating our training for entrepreneurs in microlearning format, we now want to lead this market niche.”

Beyond the financial investment, Oryon has also entered the startup because of the school’s ability to attract talent. “Founderz is a strategic project for Oryon, since it is a direct way to detect hidden digital talent and bet on it. In addition, it is an online school that provides tools to “learn to undertake”, train in skills with greater demand in the market and develop their full potential to promote their own project”remarked Victor Giné, CEO of Oryon Universal.

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In just a year and a half of life, Founderz has managed to form a community of more than 2,000 entrepreneurial students from Spain, Ecuador, Mexico and Chile.

Alliance with Binance

In parallel, Founderz has teamed up with the leading digital asset and cryptocurrency trading platform, Binance, to boost the online master’s degree on Blockchain and Business on the Web3. The program, based on the microlearning methodology, will have 5 and 15 minute lessons that the student can consume on demand at any time.

This new program, aimed at entrepreneurs, will seek to respond to the growing demand for training on advanced technology in the labor market, such as NFTs, cryptocurrencies or the metaverse.

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