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Sawyer Raises $6 Million to Help Parents Find, Book Classes for Children

Aug 1, 2017

SAWYER, which described itself to Fortune as the “OpenTable for Education,” has raised $6 million in a Series A round led by Advance Venture Partners with Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, 3311 Ventures, Collaborative Fund and Female Founders Fund also participating. The Brooklyn-based startup has now raised $7.9 million in venture funding.

Founded in 2015, Sawyer offers an online directory where parents can find brick-and-mortar providers of children’s programming and services—from fitness to arts. Users pay a monthly subscription that offers their child access to a set number of classes per month. With the funding, the company aims to expand its operations beyond New York and Los Angeles.

Edtech Business

Sawyer Raises $6 Million to Help Parents Find, Book Classes for Children

Aug 1, 2017

SAWYER, which described itself to Fortune as the “OpenTable for Education,” has raised $6 million in a Series A round led by Advance Venture Partners with Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, 3311 Ventures, Collaborative Fund and Female Founders Fund also participating. The Brooklyn-based startup has now raised $7.9 million in venture funding.

Founded in 2015, Sawyer offers an online directory where parents can find brick-and-mortar providers of children’s programming and services—from fitness to arts. Users pay a monthly subscription that offers their child access to a set number of classes per month. With the funding, the company aims to expand its operations beyond New York and Los Angeles.

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