Edtech Business

Canadian Startup Raises $4 Million to Boost University Communications and Engagement

Jan 27, 2017

OOHLALA! Dear colleges: Do your students have trouble remembering to set their alarm clocks and finding their way to class? If so, this Montreal, Canada-based startup may have just the tool for you. OOHLALA, a 2016 Y Combinator graduate, has raised $4 million in Series A funding to build an app that aims to help higher-ed administrators improve student engagement. The tool, used in more than 200 institutions, streamlines communication about campus events, emergencies, and yes, even when class starts.


University Ventures led the round. Other notable investors include NFL Hall of Famer Joe Montana, Y Combinator, GoAhead Ventures, Chegg founder Osman Rashid and Real Ventures.

Edtech Business

Canadian Startup Raises $4 Million to Boost University Communications and Engagement

Jan 27, 2017

OOHLALA! Dear colleges: Do your students have trouble remembering to set their alarm clocks and finding their way to class? If so, this Montreal, Canada-based startup may have just the tool for you. OOHLALA, a 2016 Y Combinator graduate, has raised $4 million in Series A funding to build an app that aims to help higher-ed administrators improve student engagement. The tool, used in more than 200 institutions, streamlines communication about campus events, emergencies, and yes, even when class starts.


University Ventures led the round. Other notable investors include NFL Hall of Famer Joe Montana, Y Combinator, GoAhead Ventures, Chegg founder Osman Rashid and Real Ventures.

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