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Founded Year



Loan | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$680K | 2 yrs ago

About Evollve

Evollve is a company built around the idea that blends physical and digital technologies to entertain, educate and socially interact while focusing on instilling valuable life skills. Through game applications and creative curriculum, the company's focus is to introduce interactive robots to entertain in the family room and educate in the classroom.

Evollve Headquarter Location

129 West Torrance Blvd

Redondo Beach, California, 90277,

United States


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Evollve Patents

Evollve has filed 6 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Toy robots
  • Actuators
  • Bones of the head and neck
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Toy robots, GPS navigation devices, Sensors, Actuators, Diagrams


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Toy robots, GPS navigation devices, Sensors, Actuators, Diagrams



Latest Evollve News

Evollve Raises $3M in Series A Funding

Feb 16, 2017

By FinSMEs Evollve Inc., the Redondo Beach, Calif.- based hardware maker behind Ozobot , raised $3m in Series A funding. The round was led by Tribeca Venture Partners . Led by Nader Hamda, founder and CEO, Ozobot builds smart, small and social robots that teach the creative side of coding. By coloring on a piece of paper, users can bring the robot to life through a patented language of color commands, which can direct the Ozobot to spin, dance, speed up, slow down, zigzag and more. Ozobots have three tiers of play: 1) color commands, 2) block-based programming with OzoBlockly, based off of Google’s Blockly, and 3) missions, which let users unlock new levels and discover more while boosting coding skills and creativity. Ozobot is currently in 3,000 classrooms and is used to teach art, English, history, science and more. The funds will be used to support product development of the Ozobot Bit, Ozobot Evo and additional missions and games. FinSMEs

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Evollve Rank

  • When was Evollve founded?

    Evollve was founded in 2012.

  • Where is Evollve's headquarters?

    Evollve's headquarters is located at 129 West Torrance Blvd, Redondo Beach.

  • What is Evollve's latest funding round?

    Evollve's latest funding round is Loan.

  • How much did Evollve raise?

    Evollve raised a total of $5.63M.

  • Who are the investors of Evollve?

    Investors of Evollve include Paycheck Protection Program, Tribeca Venture Partners and Mark Rampolla.

  • Who are Evollve's competitors?

    Competitors of Evollve include Makeblock and 8 more.

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