Ucademy Nabs 1.5 Million Euros in a Successful Seed Funding Round

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Key Takeaways:

  • Ucademy, a Madrid-based startup, raises 1.5 million Euros in Seed Funding.
  • The successful funding round was led by Brighteye Ventures with contribution from EONIQ Fund.
  • This marks Ucademy’s first funding round, raising their total funding amount to 1.5 million Euros.

Ucademy, a promising startup, has recently secured a significant funding amount of 1.5 million Euros in its Seed round. The round was led by Brighteye Ventures, with a contribution from EONIQ Fund.

Located in Madrid, Spain, Ucademy is gradually making waves in the tech industry. Their motto “La vida no se hace más fácil, TÚ te haces más FUERTE”, which translates to “Life does not get easier, YOU become stronger”, resonates with their user base and has played a key role in their ongoing success.

This funding round marks the first for Ucademy and has raised their total funding amount to the fruitful sum of 1.5 million Euros. The funds will be instrumental in facilitating the company’s growth and expansion plans.

More information on the startup’s funding details and business model is available on their Crunchbase profile.


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