As noted in a recent Atlanta Business Chronicle post, Aceable has plans to launch a state-approved teen drivers ed course in Georgia. Other states in Aceable’s planned expansion include Pennsylvania, Nevada and Indiana. Read the Business Chronicle post here, and sgn up to be notified when Aceable launches its official Georgia Drivers Ed Course.Read More "Aceable Plans To Launch Georgia Driver’s Ed Course [Atlanta Business Chronicle]"
Aceable will use its recent round of funding to launch its driver’s ed product in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Nevada, and Indiana. Aceable is also developing curriculum in other areas such as real estate, human resources, nursing, and food safety “We created a cutting-edge delivery system; now, we need great content to put on that platform,” says […]Read More "In the Driver’s Seat: Austin Edtech Startup Aceable Brings in $4M [Xconomy]"
Aceable has helped over 100,000 families navigate the tricky road that is obtaining a drivers license. So it’s no surprise that the company is looking to use its technology to help people achieve other educational needs. Entreprenure has spoken with Aceable Founder and CEO Blake Garrett about how the company’s recent $4 million funding round […]Read More "Aceable Helps Students Navigate the Road to Getting Their Driver’s Licenses [Entrepreneur]"
After raising $4 million in Series A funding, Aceable has been featured on Fortune Magazine’s Daily Term Sheet. Check out the post here.Read More "Aceable Featured on Fortune Magazine Term Sheet"
Austin-based Aceable, which is taking drivers education from the classroom to the mobile web, has landed $4 million speed up its growth. Founded in 2012, the company currently offers mobile and online courses in driver’s ed and defensive driving in Texas, California, Florida, Ohio and Illinois. With the new funding, Aceable plans to launch the […]Read More "Aceable will launch its driver’s ed app in new markets, develop new education courses [Austin American-Statesman]"
Aceable has raised $4 million in Series A funding to deliver driver’s education in a mobile app. The funding round was led by Silverton Partners and Floodgate Ventures. Aceable founder and CEO, Blake Garrett, also revealed that the company is looking into other educational opportunities for the platform, such as commercial drone operator licensing. Read […]Read More "Aceable Driving Raises $4 million in Series A Funding [TechCrunch]"
Aceable was crowned a “Coolest Company” Wednesday night at the 2016 Austin Fest, hosted by digital media publication AustinInno. Our company was among just 10 winners, out of 100 nominees, who received an award for having “amazing culture and products.” While we were honored to receive an award, it’s nothing that we didn’t already know. ? I mean, c’mon … we […]Read More "Aceable Crowned One of Austin’s Coolest Companies by AustinInno"
Aceable launched it’s app-based driver’s ed course, the first of its kind, in Ohio on April 14, 2016. The app allows Ohio teens to complete the classroom portion of drivers ed from their smartphone, tablet or personal computer. As with other Aceable courses, parents can monitor their students’ progress by logging on to their lessons. […]Read More "Aceable allows Ohio students to take part of driver’s ed on smartphones [Via WKBN, Ohio]"
Aceable takes mayor up on ‘work from home’ Friday During Obama Visit [via CBS Austin] At the request of Austin Mayor Steve Adler, Aceable Driver’s Ed allowed employees to work from home to help relieve traffic issues during President Obama’s visit to South By Southwest. “My goal is to try to get some of our […]Read More "Aceable Implements ‘Work From Home’ Friday During Obama Visit [via CBS Austin]"
The Wall Street Journal recently covered Aceable Drivers Ed, noting that the company “has raised $4.7 million in seed funding to make driver’s ed course work and tests something students can do whenever they want via mobile apps or on the Web” Read the full story hereRead More "Aceable Featured in Wall Street Journal"