Open English Stock

openenglish.comEducation / Other EducationFounded: 2009Funding to Date: $134.61MM

Open English is an English language learning software offering traditional and private classes, content, and lessons. Open English services are available to children, adults, and businesses. Open English was founded in 2006 by Wilmer Sarmiento, Andres Moreno, Kenny Vivas, and Nicolette Moreno and is headquartered in Coral Gables, FL.

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Team

Management Team

Alexander Sotelo
Chief Financial Officer
María Figueroa
Chief Operating and Marketing Officer & Board Member
Alfonso Santiago
Chief Product Officer
Andres Moreno
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Chairman
Kenny Vivas
Co-Founder & Head of Support

Board Members

Jeffrey Bussgang
Flybridge Capital Partners
Nari Ansari
TCV
Nicolas Szekasy
Kaszek
Robert Trudeau
TCV

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News Highlights

Open English Expands Board with Industry Innovators from Google, Twilio and AppLovin
Open English announced the appointment of three new board members who will support the company's mission of high quality, effective and affordable English-learning solutions.
Open English Acquires Learning App Enguru
Miami-based online learning firm Open English has made its first bet in India with the acquisition of Bengaluru-based mobile language-learning app Enguru for an undisclosed amount in a share swap deal.
Startup with a headwind: Open English achieves unprecedented results during the pandemic
With more than a decade in the online education market, Open English has been able to take advantage of the opportunity represented by the measure of confinement by the virus. Andrés Moreno, CEO of the startup, talks to AméricaEconomía about its successful result.
Updated on: Apr 14, 2024

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