Name of Startup: Wawe
Year Founded: 2022
Type of company:EdTech B2C
HQ Location:Tel Aviv, Israel
Samuel Mikhels, Founder and CEO
Interactive learning platform for developing professional traders
Problem the startup solves:
Most educational offerings lure traders with easy strategies and the promise of fast money. Materials use static charts with hindsight analysis; trade entry and exit are often missing. Learners lack the skill of critical thinking when analyzing live price action. They don’t know how to react and behave in unexpected situations.
Wawe is a cross-platform app for new and regular traders. The platform provides a well-structured learning environment that allows users to acquire the skills necessary to manage challenging stock market conditions. Traders will learn to fine-tune decision-making, risk management and adjust behavioral patterns as the supply/demand balance constantly shifts throughout the session.
Wawe creates the edge by developing the trader and giving guidance upon each step.
Progress and current status:
Wawe team has recently finished MVP, with two lessons and mini sessions. Beta testing is starting now.
What is a crazy story about the startup?:
During the development process, we arrived at a complementary product that provides a no-code solution for creating lessons and interactive trading sessions. That enabled us to channel developer resources for creating new exciting features.
What is a company the startup looks up to, and why?:
Duolingo is a benchmark; it created one of the most engaging learning experiences in the world. However, we want to do more than just quizzes and games. We want to create a complete environment for learners to acquire professional trading expertise.
The company in four years will be…
A company that changed the landscape not only for trading but education as a whole. Helped hundreds of thousands of learners to fulfill their ambition of a lasting and successful trading career.
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