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  • Founded: 2012
  • Ceased Operations: 2023

What did FrontRow do?

FrontRow was an online learning platform for creative arts, hobbies, and sports. FrontRow offered over 100 courses on a variety of topics, including music, dance, photography, cooking, and sports. The courses were taught by expert instructors and were available on demand. FrontRow also offered a live learning platform where students could interact with instructors and other students in real time.

FrontRow was available in India, the United States, and the United Kingdom. FrontRow raised a total of $17.1 million in funding over 2 rounds.

Who started FrontRow?

Founders Aavgeen Singh, Abhishek Goswami, Arshdeep Singh Gulati, Harsh Prateek, Ishaan Preet Singh, Ishan Tyagi, Mayank Sahu, Mikhil Raj, Shubhadit Sharma

Why did FrontRow go out of business?

The online learning market is very competitive, and there are many other companies offering similar services. This made it difficult for FrontRow to stand out from the competition.

FrontRow had experienced layoffs in October 2022, reducing its workforce from over 350 employees to just 30. Additionally, there are reports of funding drying up, leading to a significant reduction in staff. These factors indicate financial challenges that may have contributed to the decision to shut down.

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