The Moroccan startup focused on tutoring high-school students will be able to diversify their products and spread across the region.
Kezakoo, a Morocco-based edtech startup specialising in tutoring high-school students, has raised $221K in investment funding with investment company Witamax One, which was created in tandem with the Morocco-based investment firms Southbridge A&I and AXXAM Family Office. Kezakoo was launched in 2019 by engineering duo Youssef Ghalem and Ahmed Lahlou, and is currently being managed by Reda El Fakir.
With this investment, Kezakoo will be able to diversify the range of their products to continue educating high school students in Morocco, and allow the startup to support its organisational development efforts. Furthermore, the Kezakoo web platform and its mobile app counterpart will remain free to use, while offering additional features at affordable prices.