Kezakoo, a Morocco-based edtech startup specializing in tutoring high-school students, has secured $221,000 seed funding from Witamax One, which was created in tandem with the Morocco-based investment firms Southbridge A&I and AXXAM Family Office.
The startup was launched in 2019 by the engineering duo Youssef Ghalem and Ahmed Lahlou and is currently being managed by Reda El Fakir.
This investment will help Kezakoo to complete and enrich the range of products it currently offers and also support its organizational development efforts.
It plans to roll out new features during the next school year 2021-2022. This offer, which will cover the Moroccan high school program (Arabic and International stream, French option) would be more complete and improved, with teachers and nationally recognized content, and a dedicated mobile application.
Kezakoo has set itself the goal of supporting 5 million Moroccan students each year over the next three years while partnering with renowned partners to achieve its vision.
Kezakoo’s vision is to support 100% of Moroccan students in their academic success thanks to its expertise in the field and the contribution of its various strategic partners