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EduLab Capital Partners’ First Investment Goes to a Care-Coordination Startup

Feb 8, 2019

MONEY IN THE VAULT: eCare Vault, a Boston-based company that offers a care-coordination platform used in educational and healthcare institutions, has received an investment from EduLab Capital Partners. Financial details were not disclosed, although the company has raised $4.75 million to date, according to an earlier announcement.

Founded in 2015, eCareVault’s platform aims to help schools and districts manage the communications and documentation required to keep track of providing healthcare and special-education services for students. More details in the press release.

This deal marks the first investment for EduLab Capital Partners, which launched in fall 2018 with a focus on making seed investments in early-stage education technology startups. The fund, while based in Boston, also has operations in Japan. More details about EduLab here.

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