EduTechSmart Secures Growth Capital of 9.3 Million SEK

[Umeå, 16th of January 2024] — EduTechSmart Global AB (“EduTechSmar”), a Swedish
company offering Gamified Healthcare Education, has secured 9.3 million SEK in growth

EduTechSmart, led by two successful entrepreneurs in Healthcare and Gaming, Delia Zadius
and Matti Larsson, is happy to announce the completion of its first major financing round reaching 9.3M SEK in funding. The capital injection will take the company’s first courses in Healthcare safely to market, it seucures the development of more courses during a two year period, and it enables work on a new financing round for further expansion of its innovative educational format.

All investors have been carefully chosen from the sectors of healthcare, gaming, AI and business development to be able to support the company strategically in a long term perspective.

We are pleased to celebrate an important milestone that secures the company´s growth for the next couple of years,” says Delia Zadius, CEO, EduTechSmart. She continues: “Raising capital is very challenging in Today´s environment, however, in our case we have been blessed to be able to chose which investors to bring along on our journey.” 

While the initial target market for EduTechSmart is Sweden, its first international investor is
already in place. 

“Regent Capital Ventures is pleased to have invested in EduTechSmart. We believe the
EduTechSmart team is creating innovative, world leading digital training programmes,” says
Kitty Harris – Head of Business Development, Regent Capital Ventures Limited, based in
London, U.K.

For more information, please contact:
Delia Zadius, CEO
Phone: +46 (0)73 40 00 345

About EduTechSmart
EduTechSmart Global AB offers Gamified Healthcare Education. The company has developed
a unique educational format combining gamified scenario-based training, character animation,
video, slides, and voice with localization to over 20 languages, all enhanced by AI.
For information about investment opportunities, please contact

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