Educational STEM kit maker Tech Will Save Us raises over $1 million

June 6, 2020


Educational STEM kit maker Tech Will Save Us will use the funds to develop home learning clubs and create new products

Tech Will Save Us raises over $1 million to develop educational STEM kits

Educational STEM kit maker Tech Will Save Us has raised over $1 million through Seedrs, an equity crowdfunding platform.  Tech Will Save Us has witnessed a significant increase in demand for its products during the Covid-19 pandemic.  The capital raised from this campaign will help it meet this demand through the expansion of its online home learning clubs.  Tech Will Save Us has previously received funding from BrightEye Ventures, Initial Capital and the UK Government’s Future Fund.

Husband and wife, Bethany Koby and Daniel Hirschmann founded Tech Will Save Us in 2012. They packed their first STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) kits on their kitchen table in London and have since gone on to sell thousands of units in over 4000 stores across 97 countries.  Major retailers include John Lewis, Target and Best Buy.

The company currently employs a team of 36 staff and has developed partnerships with some leading institutions, including Google, Code Club and The Prince’s Trust.  It operates an online platform called Club Make which provides tutorials and resources to support the use of its STEAM kits.  These online courses have become very successful during the coronavirus pandemic.

“ We’d very much like to thank all of our new investors for their support, as well as everyone who has assisted with our application to Future Fund… Education has forever been changed by the lockdown and we are hugely excited to be accelerating our plans for home learning clubs as parents increasingly look for ways to inspire learning and prepare their kids for the future. ” Bethany Koby, CEO, Tech Will Save Us

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