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Type of site
|Headquarters||New York, New York|
|Slogan(s)||Everything is Teachable|
|Users||5 million (November 2017)|
People who want to teach courses on Teachable can use the service for free, or sign up for a paid plan to use additional pedagogical and e-commerce tools.
History[edit | edit source]
In October 2014, Fedora raised a $1 million venture round.
In September 2015, Ankur Nagpul proposed in a blog post to the Teachable community, a change in name was needed, "Our company began to need a name. A name that reflected our customers and our internal convictions. A name that reflected us all," The following month in October 2015, Fedora announced a decision to rebrand the company as "Teachable".
In May 2016, Teachable raised a $2.5 million series seed round of funding for further expansion.
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References[edit | edit source]
- "Teachable.com". Teachable. 2017-11-20. Retrieved 2017-11-20.
- Kolodny, Lora. "Teachable books $4 million to turn everybody into educators online". TechCrunch. Retrieved 2017-11-02.
- Ruth Reader Fedora lands $1M to help 'million dollar' teachers reach bigger audiences online Venture Beat. May 13th, 2016
- Danny Crichton Armed With $2M, Fedora Hopes To Create The Next Million Dollar Teachers Tech Crunch. May 13th, 2016
- Teachable Online Teaching Platform Fedora Rebrands as Teachable PR Newswire. May 13th, 2016
- Lora Kolodny Teachable raises $2.5 million to help instructors teach outside the confines of course marketplace Tech Crunch. May 13th, 2016
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