Studycat selected as an “Elite 200” company to present at the ASU GSV Summit.


Studycat Editorial Team


Studycat has been included in the 200 seed and bootstrapped companies across six continents that will present at the upcoming 2020 summit in San Diego.

GSV Ventures, pioneering early stage venture fund, has selected Studycat to be included in the list of 200 seed and bootstrapped education and talent technology startups to present at the ASU GSV Summit from March 30th to April 1st in San Diego this year.

Studycat is very excited to be chosen as one of The “Elite 200” companies that represent 21 countries across Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, North America, and South America. The submissions were judged by the world’s best known venture investors, including Accel, Adreessen Horowitz, Battery Ventures, Bessemer Ventures, First Round Capital, ICONIQ, Lightspeed, Owl Ventures, NEA Norwest Venture Partners, Reach Capital, and Shasta Ventures, among others.

Deborah Quazzo, managing partner of GSV Ventures explained:

“This competition has uncovered some incredibly driven and inspiring entrepreneurs looking to make a big impact.”

Three companies from this Elite 200 will be chosen as finalists in the augural GSV cup during the Summit, receiving a prize package from partners Google Cloud.

Studycat is honoured to be shortlisted as a finalist for this premier global competition for Emerging Companies that “Bend the Arc of Human Potential”.

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