EdTech Startup Notesgen Crosses 400k Users, Raises $100k Angel Funds and Launches Personalized Notes Based on Student Preferences
Claiming to be the first notes exchange edutech startup, Notesgen touchs their target of 400K within 2 years of inception.
They have raised 100K of angel funds and enhanced their existing platform to offer personalized notes feed for each student based on their preferences, keywords and field of study.
In the education system parents advice their children to take notes during classes but what if the student does not take notes or he/she misses few classes? This peer to per platform addresses such concerns and now with their revamped technology will allow students to register their field of study, keywords and search terms which are used to create individual oriented notes feed from their databases with highly relevant and useful content for the user.
Additionally, students can download Notesgen curated 25,000+ notes from professional educators and top students as recommended content. A powerful search-based trending content feed mechanism has also been added so that students can check out the top content related to their interest.
Notesgen have also integrated with cloud based storage to enable students to upload notes easily from dropbox, google drive and other repositories. Social sharing of notes is also available.
Speaking at the release, its young founder & CEO, Manak Gulati, a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University said, “student makes notes to understand a point or concept better in their own way. This individualized way of understanding a concept gives other students key insights and learning that is unique about Notesgen. This is the reason we are seeing over 400k users from 100+ countries without any marketing spends.”
Education industry is booming and startups should take advantage of this by coming up with innovative solutions to make education simpler for students. Notesgen is one such startup that truely captured the student and parents concern while coming up with their idea.
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