Gojimo was created by a student, for students
The brain child of George Burgess, Gojimo was born in 2009, when George became frustrated with the lack of quality educational apps. With help from his teachers he started Gojimo, which quickly became a success amongst his fellow students.
Whilst at university, George formed relationships with the world’s top educational publishers, bringing premium content to Gojimo from the likes of Oxford University Press and McGraw-Hill Education. It soon became apparent that being a full-time student whilst running a successful company was pretty much impossible and George dropped out of university to dedicate his time to Gojimo in 2013.
The company has since secured backing from some of Europe’s top investors, including Index Ventures and JamJar Investments, the consumer venture fund started by the amazing founders of innocent drinks. In March 2017, Gojimo was acquired by Telegraph Media Group.