CMU-founded language learning platform developer Duolingo has now raised $183m altogether and has increased its valuation 60% to $2.4bn.

Duolingo, the US-based language learning app spinout of Carnegie Mellon University, has increased its valuation to $2.4bn in a $35m financing round. Investment manager Durable Capital Partners and growth equity firm General Atlantic provided the capital, which lifted the company’s overall funding to $183m. Founded in 2009 as a spinout of Carnegie Mellon University, Duolingo…

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