Kerala EdTech Startup ‘Interval’ Shines at ‘Experience Tampere’ in Finland

By Sunil Sonkar
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Kerala EdTech Startup 'Interval' Shines at 'Experience Tampere' in Finland

Interval, an innovative edtech startup originating in Kerala, is gaining global recognition for its groundbreaking educational methods. This startup, based in Areekode, Malappuram, Kerala, has achieved a remarkable distinction by being selected as the only Indian participant in Finland’s prestigious ‘Talent Boost’ project. This project, launched by the Ministry of Economic Affairs of Finland to attract skilled talent and investors from diverse fields, has identified Interval as a standout candidate.

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The prestigious global tech summit, ‘Experience Tampere,’ took place from the 12th to the 16th of this month in Tampere, Finland’s second-largest city and a thriving technological hub in Northern Europe. It provided the backdrop for this remarkable accomplishment. Tampere is celebrated for cultivating one of the liveliest startup ecosystems in Europe.

Throughout the four-day conference, Mr. Ramees Ali, the forward-thinking founder of Interval, had the unique opportunity to engage with some of the globe’s most accomplished startup mentors and accelerators. Mr. Ali conveyed his appreciation, remarking, “The support we encountered was genuinely exceptional. We extend our gratitude to the Finnish government for their support, which will facilitate our European expansion. Finland stands firmly behind edtech platforms, which are instrumental in advancing the education sector, opening up a multitude of exciting prospects for international entrepreneurs.”

What sets Interval apart from conventional edtech platforms is its distinctive one-on-one live tutoring approach. In this system, educators personally deliver lessons to students, guaranteeing individualized attention for each learner. Interval presently prides itself on a community of over 4,000 devoted teachers and a workforce of 218 professionals. The platform caters to over 25,000 students spanning 30 countries, marking its inception in 2021 with its central hub located in Areekode.

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