Vietnam-based edutech startup MindX secures US$500K from ESP Capital Fund
MindX, a chain of school for training new skills, announced that it has completed the first round of US$500,000 funding led by ESP Capital and a number of other individual investors.
MindX (formerly TechKids) aims to build an ecosystem that includes schools for new skill sets of 4.0 era (programming, robotics, design, 3D drawing, etc.) and coworking space. Each complex is considered a little Silicon Valley that contributes to nourishing inventors, social change agents, or talented entrepreneurs.
Founded in 2015, MindX now has 5 centers in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, claiming to have trained more than 8,500 students and working adults.
At the same time, MindX also facilitates an office complex that hosts more than 200 domestic & international technology startups and investment funds such as Wefit, Ninja Van, Nextrans Capital, and more.
With this investment, Nguyen Thi Thu Ha, Co-founder, and CEO of Education said that the company would focus on opening new centers in Ho Chi Minh City and upgrading the current syllabus of Designing, 3D Drawing, and VR/AR.