Video-first financial literacy firm Beurzbyte lands £2.2m


Beurzbyte, a company focused on tackling issues around financial education, has scored £2.2m in a funding round.

The London-based company secured £2.2m in pre-seed funding from a range of undisclosed angel investors.

Beurzbyte aims to solve the problem of financial education and access to affordable, reliable, and simple investment tools for retail investors.

Beurzbyte is a mobile app that helps retail investors learn the ins-and-outs of investing and discover investment opportunities through video content.

The company’s platform, Beurzbyte Learn and Beurzbyte Discover, empowers users with reliable and actionable information through creative storytelling. The firm said it believes that investing is about more than just the well-known companies and digital assets and want retail investors to discover opportunities based on their interests.

By providing financial literacy and connecting users with tailored investment opportunities, Beurzbyte aims to support and improve wealth creation globally.

The company’s motto is ‘discover the investor in you’. The firm said it wanted to ensure that not only do investors understand how to value a specific stock, but they also understand how they can develop as an investor and be at one with their own investment style and philosophy.

The funding will be used to develop the Beurzbyte platform and to create in-house content across financial literacy and investment intelligence.

Tabby, a BNPL services company based in the MENA region, has closed its Series C round on $58m, which brings its valuation to $660m.

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