Maria Schools raises €2 million from Crédit Mutuel Innovation and business angels.

France Investments 25 September 2020
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Maria Schools, a Paris, France-based provider of training services for the corporate world, announced completing funding of €2 million ($2.3M).

The money was raised from Crédit Mutuel Innovation and business angels including the Dataiku founder Florian Douetteau and the Axel Springer Digital CEO Andreas Wiele.

Maria Schools, co-founded in 2016 with The Family by Annabelle Bignon and Agnès Alazard, was relaunched in 2020 around its vocational training services offered under the name Lion.

The new company offers training in the professions of the future, focusing on communities, and, in addition to Lion, will also operate a Maestro program, to train Product Managers, and a Hero one, teaching the art of storytelling.