Online guide to the Russian tech market
Vocab-learning app EasyTen gets $40k Facebook grant
Vocab-learning app EasyTen gets $40k Facebook grant
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Earlier this year the startup raised $450,000 from Moscow's state-backed accelerator FRII.

Runa Capital II invests in SchoolMint
Runa Capital II invests in SchoolMint
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The US edutech startup is the first to receive investment from Runa's second fund.

Moscow accelerator FRII invests $450k in two resident projects
Moscow accelerator FRII invests $450k in two resident projects
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Language learning app Easy Ten and wifi-based advertising service Hot Wifi have just completed 3 months at FRII

Russian company joins the EdTech Top-20
Russian company joins the EdTech Top-20
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EdTech publishes list of 20 influential companies in sphere of e-learning

$300k for children's iPad library KidBook
$300k for children's iPad library KidBook
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The money will be used to create more books and develop the project's publishing platform.

Maxfield Capital invests in Israeli English-learning app SpeakingPal
Maxfield Capital invests in Israeli English-learning app SpeakingPal
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The startup uses voice-recognition technology to help users improve their pronunciation and fluency.

Netology raises Round A from InVenture Partners
Netology raises Round A from InVenture Partners
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The project, which offers educational courses for web-specialists, was valued at $5.6 million. 

YaKlass raises $450,000 to help teachers tackle copying
YaKlass raises $450,000 to help teachers tackle copying
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The year-old service can generate over 2 million unique exercises for Maths, Russian language and IT lessons.

EduTech in Russia - going somewhere?
EduTech in Russia - going somewhere?
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This report and infographic outlines the current state and likely future of the Russian edutech sector.

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