Coorpacademy raises 10 million euros and achieves one of the most important fundraisings in the European EdTech sector

Loïc Calvy

8 years ago



EdTech start-up which is set to revolutionize e-learning in business, Coorpacademy just raised 10 million euros from Serena Capital, NextStage AM and Debiopharm Investment funds.

These funds will allow the company to accelerate its development in Europe, expand its partnership policy with software publishers, and maintain its platform’s technological edge.

Coorpacademy is taking the necessary steps to fulfill its ambitions: bring back the pleasure of learning, and encourage learners to develop their skills to their full potential. The funds will also be invested in external growth.

Coorpacademy was founded in 2013 by three talented digital entrepreneurs: Jean-Marc Tassetto, former Vice-President of Google France and SFR, Arnauld Mitre, former director of Google France and ISOBAR, and Frédérick Benichou, a serial digital entrepreneur. Coorpacademy has totally transformed the codes of professional training with the development of a SaaS platform, which inaugurates the latest educational innovations including gamification, reverse education and collaborative learning. These methods are delivered with a flexible experience (short modules and multi-device) that is compatible with companies, their employees their clients and the whole ecosystem.

The latter are now in a position to grasp and master the numerous changes which their companies and themselves are facing today: technological innovations, energetic revolutions, new ways of managing and working…


Since its creation, Coorpacademy has experienced a profitable growth exceeding 100% each year , thanks to the marketing of their solutions to businesses of all sizes, including several large Fortune 500 & CAC 40 international companies such as L’Oréal, Société Générale, Tag Heuer, SFR, Pernod Ricard, Engie, Schneider Electric, Renault, Michelin or Air Liquide, and also smaller businesses that have had direct access to the platform since September 2015 via . The start-up also supports a community of more than 300,000 learners, of which 30% are international.

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