Guangzhou’s teenager art education brand 61 Draw raised funds in a series B+ round funding Led by Lego Innovation Investment Fund of Kirkbi, and followed by Matrix Partner China and Qiming VC. Use of the investment was undisclosed. The investment will be used on the upgrade of online art education system, R&D on online teenager art courses, nurturing of teachers, and improvement of managemetn team.
Established in 2014, 61 Draw is committed to develop the imagination, creativity, and comprehensive quality of children between 5-12.
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