The remote education software provider has now raised $40.2m within the past month from investors including Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Baijiayun, a China-based remote education and training video platform backed by Chinese Academy of Sciences, has closed a RMB93m ($13.9m) series B-plus round led by venture capital firm Fortune Capital, DealStreetAsia has reported. GP Capital, a fund backed by government-owned financial holding group Shanghai International Group, took part in the round alongside¬†private equity fund manager…

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