This week, Andrii Degeler and Robin Wauters talk to several edutech entrepreneurs to figure out how the landscape of the industry is changing, and what the insiders expect to happen in the future. It also turns out that, contrary to what many believe, not all educational startups are doing great during the pandemic.
As the Corona pandemic closes schools and moves learning online, Estonia is making digital education tools available for free and internationally accessible. Estonia’s basic education is recognised as some of the strongest in the world. In 2018 the country ranked first in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). The country is also recognised for […]
Spanish-founded lifelong learning startup Learnlife has landed €3.1 million in a funding round led by BPO Capital. The company plans to use the money to grow the community of learners and educators, as well as open new “learning innovation hubs” across the world. Learnlife defines its mission as to “empower 100,000,000 learners and 100,000 schools by […]
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IE Business School in Madrid has launched its latest program, IE Rockets, to help entrepreneurs in the edtech space to get market-ready.
Facebook has announced several new initiatives to provide digital skills training to one million people in the EU by 2020. The Community Boost EU program will provide skills and assistance to help European startups and SMBs to grow and expand. The tech giant is opening new community skills hubs in Spain, Poland, and Italy and […]
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