Houston, a learning platform for remote teams, gets a 200.000 euros investment

Houston, the developer of a learning platform for remote teams, has attracted a 200.000 euros investment.

Lumus Investments and Overkill, a Latvian investment fund and four of the company’s first Beta clients, are the main investors.

The management plans to obtain financing of approximately 0.35 – 0.5 million euros this summer.

The four Beta customers have invested 100,000 euros. Houston currently has Beta customers from Germany, Belgium, Ireland, Spain, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, UAE.

Houston is the developer of a learning platform based on an algorithm that measures how employees’ behavior changes once they have gained new knowledge.

The company was launched in 2020 by Robert Blaga (37 years old), a specialist with over ten years of training experience in companies such as Michelin or Brainiup.

Over the years, he has been involved in projects with teams from over 40 countries.

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