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Singapore e-learning platform moves into the home -- and abroad

Coronavirus pandemic opens new markets for KooBits' ProblemSums math program

KooBits' main product turns studying math into a competition that allows kids to play on their own or form teams.

SINGAPORE -- A Singapore-based education software provider that has caught a wave of interest since the coronavirus pandemic shut down schools plans to raise $20 million from venture capitalists later this year to finance an overseas push.

KooBits is already working on an Indonesian version of one of its programs designed for learning math at home and plans to open its first foreign office in Jakarta in the latter half of this year.

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