Danish startup helping people with autism and ADHD raises investment from founders of Kahoot

Digital startup Tiimo, which provides visual aids to support people affected by autism and ADHD, has reached its crowdfunding goal of €340,000. The Copenhagen-based firm is currently running an investment campaign on crowdfunding platform Seedrs and is overfunded by 107%, having raised €366,000 of funds. It’s also received personal investment from the founders of the $1 billion Nordic edtech company Kahoot, Jamie Brooker and Johan Brand, as part of a wider €625,000 funding round. With this investment, Tiimo hopes to increase its subscriber base to 10,000, expand its presence in English-speaking countries and further develop the product over the next two years. Helene Lassen Nørlem, CEO and cofounder of Tiimo, said: “Our crowd-equity campaign has been integral to raising awareness around ADHD and autism, while also providing an opportunity for investors to join Tiimo on our important mission

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