Unless a startup business has founders with extremely deep pockets; they will have to borrow money to develop, grow and expand their enterprise. That is the nature of business. This is especially true for tech related companies like Class Dojo.
Sam Chaudhary and Liam Don started Class Dojo back in 2011 and it is now one of the leading mobile platform applications within the field of education today. Nearly 90% of all U.S. schools are now using Class Dojo. This is more than enough people to make the Class Dojo app a successful software platform. Read more, have a peek on angel.co.
Not every teacher, administrator or counselor is utilizing this app but at least 1 teacher within most schools spread throughout the country is using this platform. This app is literally helping to change how educators and parents interact with each other and their students.
The Class Dojo Company only has 30 employees who are committed to making this application a very reliable and practical tool for the field of education. This organization had initially received $31 million in funding during the initial development phase. Now, company has received $21 million in funding to improve upon the success that it is already experiencing.
CEO Liam Don states that the company is going to improve the content and other services that Class Dojo will provide to clients. This extra content will provide teachers with greater educational resources. Dads and moms will also receive other services that they can use to help teach their kids while at home and to develop a closer bond with educators and school staff if needed.
A lot resources and efforts are being placed into Class Dojo so that students can be successful. Teachers and parents are usually dedicated to their child’s success. Class Dojo can really help students to be at their best and for parents to help in the process. The extra funding that Class Dojo receives will be used toward that end.
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