Teachmint’s cofounder and CTO Anshuman Kumar quit the edtech startup last month to focus on his new venture Duolop.
Kumar announced the news in a LinkedIn post on Friday (April 7). “As the founder of Duolop, a dynamic and innovative Indian app that is revolutionising how couples connect and grow together,” he said.
Teachmint, which Kumar co-founded in 2020 with Mihir Gupta, Payoj Jain, and Divyansh Bordia, assists teachers and schools in digitising their classrooms. Lightspeed India, Rocketship.vc, and Better Capital are among the notable investors in the startup.
Duolop is an app for married and unmarried couples that aims to simplify the complexities of relationship management, according to Kumar. It has a private chat feature where couples can send each other messages, images, and videos, and it also helps them plan dates.
The app is already available on Google Play and will soon be available on the Apple App Store.
Kumar’s departure comes as Teachmint, like many other edtech startups, struggles to scale up operations amid mounting losses. It recently shifted its business model from B2C to B2B. The startup, which began with an app that allowed tutors to digitise their classrooms, is now offering software to help schools digitise.