Sparkki, the next 10x tech company out of Utah, is generating interest with local tech investors in Salt Lake City.
Sparkki generates venture capital and angel investors interest in Utah. Something amazing is happening in Salt Lake City, Utah. A new type of company is growing. The future of education is being developed in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, Utah.
Helping increase online graduation rates, helping teachers get paid faster, and helping employers fill their talent/skills gap with an education blockchain and LMS ingrained with 4 research-based education theories are why Sparkki exists. (see White Paper).
As of now, Sparkki is currently looking for early-stage financing and I have put together an investor relations website that outlines the details. Please review the materials at your convenience through the link below. This is truly an exciting time for the education industry.
Since inception, Sparkki has been bootstrapping all the way to their minimum viable product launch which is May 25th. Local tech investors which for now have to remain unnamed has expressed interest in Sparkki’s revolutionary education technology and process. Sparkki’s why is the north star of the founders Rick Hernandez and Marcelo Bayon.
We all know the investor funding process as follows:
Introduction > First Phone Call > First Meeting > 3rd Meeting > Due Diligence > Partner Meeting > Talking Terms > Told Term Sheets Are Coming > Terms Received > Terms Agreed & Signed
At this moment, Sparkki has met with tech investors and is currently at the partner meeting stage of the funding process.
We have prepared an investor relations page using Gust. That can be found here:
We at Sparkki know that we may not have the most funding or manpower, but we know for a certain inevitable fact, that we are world-changing players. The education system will never been the same.
Rick is the lead developer for architecting and designing the online services available with Sparkki. Everything from the mobile application to the cloud services that power your virtual school. Rick’s background is in Computer Science and Education. He has worked with The University of Utah, JSecademy, ConexED, and has also founded several other startups.