Learn To Win

San Francisco based Learn To Win, a high-performance microlearning training program raised US$ 4M in seed funding on 29 January 2021.

Investors: The funding round was led by Norwest Venture Partners with participation from Pear VC and the 20|20 Fund.

Purpose of the funding: The funding will be utilized to broaden product awareness, expand platform capabilities and extend into new industry categories, starting with first responders and healthcare companies.

About Learn to Win

Learn To Win

Founded in 2018 by Andrew Powell, Sasha Seymore, Thomas Hatton, Learn to Win is an active learning platform that provides high-performance teams training. Learn to Win’s platform helps build more robust and more effective teams through targeted sessions, well-designed lesson plans and rapid feedback.

From locker rooms to Air Force bases and hospitals to fire departments, whiteboards, videos and binders have dominated training for a long time. But Learn to Win aims to makes it simple to transform dense manuals, long and tiring videos and other classroom-oriented training materials into short and easy-to-learn lessons. This gives trainers and trainees confidence and assurance that everyone is prepared for their duty.

Since its launch, Learn to Win has collaborated with some leading collegiate and professional athletics programs like Carolina Panthers and the Pittsburgh Penguins, the U.S. Department of Defense and leading enterprise partners.

Learn to Win’s offerings:

  • Interactive, three- to five-minute video and photo-driven lessons.
  • Intuitive web templates empower instructors to design interactive lessons.
  • Dynamic analytics dashboards provide insight and feedback into learners’ performance.

What the Founders have to say: “As a Division I college basketball player and U.S. Naval Reserve officer, I saw an opportunity to reimagine training geared towards professionals whose work takes place in the field rather than behind a screen. With Learn to Win, we’ve created active methods for today’s digital-first learner. Our approach empowers students and instructors alike, streamlining the training process so that team members can learn faster, smarter, and better,” said Sasha Seymore.
What Investors have to say: “Learn to Win offers next-gen, mobile-first training that reflects how people live and work today. We’re impressed with the team’s demonstrated success with athletics and defence organizations and the platform’s ability to enable learners to preempt mistakes before they happen in or on the field. Learn to Win is on a mission to redefine training, and we’re thrilled to partner with them as they expand high-performance enterprises in other vertical markets,” said Jeff Crowe, Managing Partner at Norwest Venture Partners.

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