The online exam preparation service was reportedly valued at $400m in a $110m round featuring Facebook that lifted its total funding to $199m.
India-based online education provider Unacademy secured $110m in series E funding today from investors including social media company Facebook. Growth equity firm General Atlantic led the round, which valued Unacademy at $400m, people familiar with the matter told TechCrunch, adding that the corporate contributed less than $20m of the total. It included Steadview Capital, Sequoia…
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