Mobile Learning Startup, Aceable Raises $4M to Expand Beyond Driver's Ed

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Mobile Learning Startup, Aceable Raises $4M to Expand Beyond Driver's Ed

Oct 24, 2016

ACEABLE, which offers a mobile app for driver’s ed courses, has raised $4 million in a Series A round led by Silverton Partners and Floodgate Ventures. The Austin, Texas-based startup, which claims more than 35 percent market share for online driver’s ed courses in Texas and California, has now raised $8.7 million, according to Crunchbase. Founded in 2012, Aceable plans to to expand its content to cover skills related to real estate, human resources, nursing and food safety industries.

ACEABLE, which offers a mobile app for driver’s ed courses, has raised $4 million in a Series A round led by Silverton Partners and Floodgate Ventures. The Austin, Texas-based startup, which claims more than 35 percent market share for online driver’s ed courses in Texas and California, has now raised $8.7 million, according to Crunchbase. Founded in 2012, Aceable plans to to expand its content to cover skills related to real estate, human resources, nursing and food safety industries.

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