Company InformationByndr was founded on January 2015. The company is based in Conshohocken, PA, USA . The number of employees in Byndr is less than 50. Byndr is a mobile-first learning platform fo higher education
Here is how Byndr describes itself: "Byndr is a free social learning platform (LMS) for teachers & students to collaborate and interact with day-to-day activities. Learn more or Request a demo to integrate for your educational institution."
Funding & investorsByndr has received 1 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is less than $1M.
- Education Design Studio (EDSi) (Incubator)
- Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania (Government office)
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- Packaged or flexible learning
- Moving towards the learning journey paradigm
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