Osborne Clarke advised EdTech start-up (Education Tech) DeepSkill in its seven-figure pre-seed financing. The early-stage investor High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF) joins forces with the Cologne-based consultancy Kienbaum and other investors such as Ina Schlie, co-chair of the female investor network encourageventures e. V., and Anna Kaiser, co-founder of the recently sold start-up Tandemploy, to invest in the Cologne-based start-up.
DeepSkill is the EdTech platform for emotional skills and holistic personnel development. The start-up uses an innovative content-building system, intelligent algorithms, and data-based knowledge transfer to develop employees in a targeted manner and achieve sustainable transformational success. The capital will be used for platform development and the expansion of the tech, sales, and content teams.
The team which advised DeepSkill was led by Benjamin Monheim (Corporate / VC) and consisted of Dr. Viktoria Winstel (Employment), Jan Marco Aatz (Competition), Fenja Striesow (Corporate / VC) and Kai Pepping (Project Manager).