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Everpath offers a one-stop platform for online instructors to host their lessons.
Everpath founders (L to R): Doug Gradt, Sandi Lin and Jason Stewart.
Everpath founders (L to R): Doug Gradt, Sandi Lin and Jason Stewart. Photo courtesy of Everpath.

It’s been less than a month since the folks at Everpath graduated from Techstars Seattle, but things are already rolling for the young startup.

Everpath, which offers a one-stop platform for online instructors to host their lessons, has raised a $1.1M seed round from Seattle and Bay Area angel investors including Geoff Entress, Dave Schappell, Dan Shapiro and T.A. McCann, among others.

Everpath, founded by three former Amazon employees, lets anyone create and deliver online courses from their own self-branded website. More than 250 instructors have already signed up for Everpath’s beta.

“Our solution is clearly resonating with the instructors in our beta program and we’re excited to bring this to market early next year,” CEO Sandi Lin told us on Tuesday. “The financing will help us deliver an even better experience and we’re very glad to have the support of amazing Seattle and Bay Area investors.”

You can learn more about Everpath with our Startup Spotlight here and watch Lin’s pitch at Techstars Seattle Demo Day here.

Update, 11:05 a.m PT: This story and headline was updated to reflect an additional $200,000 in funding.

Update, Dec. 15: This story and headline were updated to reflect the $1.1M round.

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