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Spanish Edtech Unicorn Domestika Downsizes Latin America Operations

Spanish edtech unicorn Domestika has made cuts in Brazil and other Latin American countries in a global downsizing that comes just a year after the online course platform was valued at $1.3 billion in January 2022, when it received $110 million in a Series D led by Zeev Ventures, with support from GSV Ventures.

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