The Habbit experiential learning platform raises the Pre-seed funding round - Start Up Gazzete
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The Habbit experiential learning platform raises the Pre-seed funding round


Interactive online learning platform Habbit has raised its round of pre-seed funding from prominent angel investors, the company said.

The round was led by Ashok Goyal, former member of the supervisory board, Sanjeev Goenka Group, along with a group of well-known angel investors.

According to the company, the funds will be used primarily to grow its user community, onboard new mentors, and further develop the product.

Angel investors who participated in the round include Rajinder Mohan, founder of RT Vision Technologies and Geeta Ahluwalia, founder of Aanchal Apparels Private Limited, among others.

Founded in September 2020, Habbit is an experiential learning platform that connects mentors and passionate students through live tutoring, engaging learning experiences, and community building.


In the app, students can opt for one-on-one tutoring for a personalized learning experience, or join a small group of passionate students with experienced mentors. Additionally, students can also attend concise one-time classes or workshops to learn a skill together.

Habbit is also building a community of like-minded students.

“In a world filled with content and consumption, what is lacking is engagement and interaction through live tutoring and the community. We have seen increasing validation of our business model and overwhelming adoption by our students for immerse yourself in our live learning experience and in our communities, especially college students, working professionals and homemakers, “said Somnath Sandeep, co-founder of Habbit.

Within three months of its product launch, Habbit has expanded its community to more than 5,000 students and conducted more than 400 learning sessions, the company said.

“Although there are a number of learning platforms to enhance professional skills, there are hardly any players that cater exclusively to creative learning. I believe Habbit is solving a great unmet need in the market with its focus on creating a comprehensive platform for learning. creative and digital skills and hobbies, “Goyal said.

Habbit currently offers 42 skills on its platform under seven categories including art, music, design, games, fitness, dance, and gardening. In the coming months, the startup plans to introduce learning experiences in new age digital skills, self-care, culinary arts, and photography.

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