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Immerse, the #1 virtual world for learning in the metaverse, offers unlimited group classes and AI-powered practice aimed at developing speaking fluency 4x faster than traditional methods. Founded by CEO Quinn Taber, Immerse has secured a partnership with Meta and raised more than $15m. It has been recognized as the Most Innovative VR Company and Top VR Education Company in 2022, winning numerous awards. Quinn has been featured in Forbes' 30 under 30, and the company's impact is highlighted in various publications.

Finally Speak Fluently

Unlimited group classes & AI-powered practice

Vision: Cultivate Human Connection
Mission: Immerse is pioneering immersive language learning in the Metaverse in a welcoming and vibrant community.

Quinn Headshot and Bio

Quinn Taber is the Founder & CEO at Immerse, #1 virtual world for learning in the metaverse. In Immerse students can teleport to a virtual Barcelona to meet with a live Spanish instructor or a virtual Paris to meet with a French instructor.
Quinn founded the company while working for a foundation in the Middle East and Africa and is still very involved in the social entrepreneurship movement in that region. Immerse has raised $11.5m, built a team of more than thirty staff, and secured a landmark partnership with Meta, being named their first and only preferred partner for language learning in the metaverse.
Immerse has been named “2022’s Most Innovative VR Company,” “2022’s Top VR Education Company” , as well as winning over dozen other awards from the likes of the British Council, Japanese E-Learning Association, and the EdTech Breakthrough Council.
In addition, Quinn was named Forbes 30 under 30 and his work has been featured in Forbes, Huffington Post, LA Times, Road to VR, and more.

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Award-winning social VR language education platform with everything you need to develop speaking fluency 4x faster than traditional methods.

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