Wednesday April 8, 2020

Making learning fun is all in the game

A new Dublin company that uses a gaming platform to teach has secured funding of Euro 750,000 from private investors and Enterprise Ireland.

12th October, 2013

Company: Savvybear.com

**Done Deal:** Euro 750,000

**The Clincher:** I came up with the idea a couple of years ago watching my three children playing products like Club Penguin, which has 170 million users per month and Moshi Monsters, which has 80 million users per month. I found that both products are really good, but they do not teach our children anything and also they are not 100 per cent safe.'' - John Joyce, founder

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