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Egyptian edtech startup Sprints is poised to conquer new territories with a recent injection of $3 million in bridge funding. Founded in 2020 by Ayman Bazaraa and Bassam Sharkawy, Sprints has emerged as a trailblazer in the Middle East and Africa, offering innovative solutions in talent assessment, personalized learning journeys, and job placement services.

With over 100 employees and 300 trainers spanning 12 countries, Sprints has already left an indelible mark on the edtech landscape. Since inception, the startup boasts delivering more than 2.5 million learning hours and aiding over 300 tech professionals worldwide in securing coveted positions.

Sprints’ agile-based learning program is tailored to assist organizations in cultivating tech talent across diverse domains such as AI, data science, mobile development, web development, IoT, cloud computing, and cybersecurity. With an ambitious vision to educate one billion learners within the next decade, the startup has garnered attention and partnerships from governments across multiple countries, including Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, the Netherlands, Germany, the United States, and various United Nations agencies.

Expressing gratitude for the recent funding, Ayman Bazaraa, CEO of Sprints, remarked the collective effort behind the achievement. “This investment is a resounding validation of the team’s tireless efforts and unwavering dedication. Today, I stand proud of what we’ve collectively accomplished and brimming with anticipation for the future we will pave together.”