Anderson Moutinho
Erick Moutinho
Victor Barros


Founding Date:


São Paulo, São Paulo

Education, E-commerce

Business Model:
Marketplace, Transacional

Investment Year:



General Partner:
Leonardo Teixeira


Eskolare moto is “Everything for education, and education for all”. The company was founded in 2017 to solve one big pain: the purchase of school products and services by parents. All parents know how boring and stessful can be the process of buying products and services and not really knowing how much money is spent per son. Schools sometimes have to buy and store goods to make this process less painful for their customers. Eskolare steps in with a complete customizable marketplace connecting the dots and improving the purchase experience for parents, reducing friction and working capital for schools and opening new customers for suppliers, yielding a win-win situation for all stakeholders. The company has been executing well since inception growing steadily month on month.


Eskolare was founded by Anderson Moutinho, Erick Moutinho and Victor Barros. The three founders met during college and remained friends while pursuing different carreers at banks and family business. They all shared the feeling that there had to be some really important opportunity to build a large company in the education space. One of the founders had a family business in the sector and eventually spotted the opportunity. It was just a matter of time until they formed the alliance.

Victor Barros has 12 years experience in the education and technology market having studied Production Engineering from Universidade Federal do ABC and specializations by Insper and Harvard Business School.

Anderson Moutinho also holds a BA in Production Engineering (from Universidade Federal do ABC) and Biology (from Metodista) and also is specialized in Finance for Executives, Conflict Management and Strategic Negotiation by Insper.

Erick Moutinho graduated in Electronic Engineering (Mauá Engineering School) with an MBA in Business Management from Fundação Getúlio Vargas, Innovation at Berkeley Haas School of Business and Strategic Innovation Program at HSM.

Erick Moutinho, Anderson Moutinho e Victor Barros