Fintech startup Jodo raised $15 million in fresh funding led by Tiger Global

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Fintech startup Jodo, focused on education payments raised $15 million in fresh funding led by New York-based investment firm Tiger Global where existing investors Elevation Capital and Matrix Partners India also participated.

Jodo offers a variety of specialised payment and lending products to make student fee payments convenient and affordable for parents. The funds will be used to accelerate product innovation and sales, as well as to increase headcount, according to the company. It also simplifies fee collection for educational institutions. Jodo currently works with over 700 educational institutions in the country, 40% of which are offline kindergarten through grade 12 (K-12) schools.

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Fintech startup Jodo raised $15 million in fresh funding led by Tiger Global

Fintech startup Jodo, focused on education payments raised $15 million in fresh funding led by New York-based investment firm Tiger Global where existing investors Elevation Capital and Matrix Partners India also participated.

Jodo offers a variety of specialised payment and lending products to make student fee payments convenient and affordable for parents. The funds will be used to accelerate product innovation and sales, as well as to increase headcount, according to the company. It also simplifies fee collection for educational institutions. Jodo currently works with over 700 educational institutions in the country, 40% of which are offline kindergarten through grade 12 (K-12) schools.

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