Bryt, a cutting-edge e-learning platform, has acquired money in its first seed round. The money has given it a promising start in its aim to transform Pakistan’s EdTech industry and create a new learning landscape.
Bryt’s founders self-funded the pre-seed stage. MAGM Holdings, a Pakistani corporation with investments in several established and developing Fintech, Healthcare, Agritech, and Digital Media firms, has now invested an unknown sum.
The abrupt shift to online learning provided the groundwork for an Ed tech-ready industry while also posing its own set of obstacles. Bryt’s solution to “zoom fatigue” is to offer interesting bite-sized material with a high retention rate.
Bryt offers a complete learning experience for students, including captivating videos with useful features like a “Clear Your Doubts” area for customised coaching, revision cheat sheets, notes, and interactive live courses.
Bryt is the brainchild of a group of highly driven professionals from various backgrounds, lead by Zia Saleem, the CEO, who has over 17 years of experience in the corporate and technology industries.
The remainder of the team includes Saad Saleem, a well-known educator with a popular YouTube channel called “Mathlete,” as well as Adil Usman, an equally well-known educator with a lengthy list of famous schools, and Faryal Zuberi, a computer enthusiast committed to developing the Bryt software.
Bryt is ready to raise the bar by providing students with a revitalised learning experience that is tailored to the needs of today’s students.
With financing totaling $365.87 million in the last year, Pakistani companies have had a very successful year. Several firms, including TAG, Abhi, Bazaar, and many more, raised 450 percent more money in 2020 than they did in 2020. While e-commerce, finance, and logistics were identified as the year’s best performers.