Blinklearning, a Madrid and London based startup that aims to personalize education by providing teachers with tools to create high-quality educational material, has just received 350,000 Euro of funding from the Spanish CDTI NEOTEC program. The CDTI (Centre for Industrial Technological Development) is a public enterprise which is affiliated with the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. Their new program (NEOTEC) supports the creation and consolidation of new technology companies.
The public money is going to be used for further research, product development and an expansion in some South American markets. Blinklearning’s goal is it to provide teachers with all of the necessary tools to create high-quality educational material adapted to the individual learning needs of each student. The young company was founded by Gonzalo Baranda and Joao Menano.