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GuruLab, a Malaysia-based platform pairing qualified tutors with learning analytics, has closed a US$1 million (RM4.3 million) seed investment round with investors, including Singapore-based Wright Partners.

GuruLab intends to use the funds to enhance its proprietary analytics platform and expand its offerings within the country’s education ecosystem. The long-term goal is to expand into other potential subjects and markets.

The startup is also recruiting for strategic roles, including tutors, software engineers and data scientists. 

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In 2021, GuruLab was founded by Cambridge University graduate Eer Kai Song and Oxford University graduate Vicky Tan. Starting with English, GuruLab currently offers live-streamed tuition classes. This allows students throughout Malaysia to access some of the country’s top tutors in the comfort of their homes.

“We believe GuruLab’s feedback algorithm and data-driven methodology can address the shortcomings of the ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach used by schools and tuition centres,” said Tan.

The global e-learning market is predicted to reach a market value of over US$ 660.8 billion by 2027, with Asia Pacific projected to exhibit the fastest growth, as per a report conducted by global consulting firm Acumen Research and Consulting.

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