The French start-up Domoscio, which combines cognitive science with Big Data to provide adaptive learning solutions, just raised 250,000 euros to boost its international expansion.
Already rewarded by the European Commission in 2014, during the Open Education Challenge, as one of the seven most innovative startups in learning in Europe, last 29th October Domoscio was awarded as the winner of the continental Europe and finalist of the Global EdTech Startups Awards 2015 (GESA2015).
On August 17th , Ivan Ostrowicz, cofounder of Domoscio, was interviewed by Stéphane Soumier for the French channel BFM Business. As the school is about to start, Ivan Ostrowicz discussed the education challenges.
Domoscio rewarded by the European Commission as one of the 7 startups of the most innovative in education and training
Domoscio has just been rewarded as one of the seven most innovative startups in education and training in Europe. The award of the Open Challenge Education was given by David Puttnam Domoscio Lord President of the Jury, and Xavier Prats-Monné Director General for Education and Culture at the European Commission at the European Conference on Education – “Education in the digital Era” – which was held in Brussels.