Udemy has undeniably been one of the few companies that directly benefitted from the unprecedented times we are living in. They managed to take advantage of new digital opportunities in the e-learning space by combining a winning business model with an increasing focus on new customer segments.
Byju’s, a $10B Indian EdTech startup has emerged as a clear winner during the COVID-19 pandemic. While most of the online education platforms saw large growth in FY20, Byju’s has captured major chunk of the market share through its innovative tech products and aggressive acquisition strategy.
Strategic Education is at the forefront of introducing AI to the education needs. The company is well positioned as a post-secondary education provider with scale to deliver tailored solutions to its customers and AI seems to be an enabler of value.
Perhaps the most common new year resolution (behind losing weight) is learning something new- maybe a new language. As with losing weight, the resolve to learn a new language rarely outlives January. Duolingo, backed by AI, is here to make sure that you don’t require the earth to complete a revolution around the sun to engage in learning a new language or require as much effort!
A closer look at the Airbnb of education
Coursera continues to develop it's MOOC platform with over 48 Million learners and 200 partners.
The Harvard Business School’s stated mission is “to educate leaders who make a difference in the world.” It is hard to imagine how world leaders of the future will make a difference without effectively and ethically harnessing digital tools, whether […]
As Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”Coursera is attempting to do just that by providing “world-class learning for anyone, anywhere”.
Uber matches drivers and riders. An EdTech startup matches students in China with English teachers in North America via its live streaming platform.
AltSchool is using a data intensive approach to personalize K-12 education