Slang

img Bogotá, Colombia
11 - 50 employees
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Slang started at MIT as a research project on using AI and NLP to make learning a new language as efficient as possible. Our technology powers a highly adaptive e-learning platform that offers an unprecedented variety of specialized English courses and proficiency tests for career development in over fifty fields like Sales, Finance, Logistics, Medicine, and Law. With just a small team, we’ve already created the largest professional English offering in the world. Now, we’re scaling up to release 1,000 more courses over the next three years. Learn more about our unique approach at slangapp.com. We’d love to field any questions you have about our product and vision!

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Edtech Open English enters new expansion phase throughout Latam

7 months ago

Contxto – Venezuelan-founded edtech Open English commercials are a familiar sight for Latin American television viewers. On them, the startup has always emphasized its key selling points: on-demand English teachers anytime, anywhere in an online environment. Thus, discarding the traditional approach of having to attend a school. But in a shift to offer more flexibility, […]

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MUY closes US$15 million Series B led by ALLVP

11 months ago

Contxto – Colombian foodtech MUY now joins Cornershop, Slang, Weex, among other startups in ALLVP’s portfolio following a Series B worth US$15 million.  “We are thrilled to join one of the best teams in Colombia as they seize one of the largest opportunities in the region,” said Fernando Lelo de Larrea, a managing partner from […]

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Slang announces aggressive expansion to Brazil, will begin recruiting by 2020

1 year ago

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Slang partners with ALLVP to launch a free special English course for entrepreneurs

1 year ago

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