EdTech Crowd - Mateusz Rybiński, EdTech entrepreneur and president of EdTech Poland Foundation, meets with industry innovators, founders, and influencers. Guests from all over the world share their stories, vision on education, predictions and tips for EdTech fellows. This podcast is created for those who would like to look at the industry from different angles.
Svenia is a very active professional who is building several EdTech initiatives on a national level in France and internationally. She co-founded organizations such as EdTech France, LearnSpace Innovation Hub, European EdTech Alliance. She has visited many countries analyzing local educational systems and EdTech innovations. She also cooperated with many start-ups from the industry. She decided to share her unique experience with EdTech crowd listeners, and in this episode, you can learn:
about French educational system and EdTech industry
best practices to grow EdTech start-up
how start-ups from different countries differ from each other
what are the best markets to start an EdTech business
how Svenia predicts the future of the industry
what changes we can expect in the EdTech ecosystem on the European level
Anna Iartoska, CEO of Robowunderkind, is building a unique set of tools that enhance the way kids play, learn, and create with tech in school and at home. She and her business have been awarded by many institutions such as Amazon, Education Alliance Finland, EdTech Awards, and many more. Robowunderkind is available in several markets around the globe. In this episode, Anna shares:
Experience of shifting from corporate consulting job to edtech start-up
Information on DACH (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) market
Predictions about the future of the edtech industry
How to scale up edtech business
Anna Dementieva, program manager at xEdu Accelerator and coordinator at EdTech Finland. Finnish educational system is considered to be the global leader of innovation. As a person who grew up in a completely different educational system, Anna has a unique experience in analyzing the local educational ecosystem. She has also worked with dozens of EdTech start-ups from several countries through xEdu acceleration programs. In this episode, you will learn
what makes Finish educational system unique?
what are the key success factors for EdTech start-ups?
Anna’s tips for EdTech entrepreneurs and her?
predictions for the future of education?
Karol Górnowicz, CEO of Polish start-up Skriware, tells about his EdTech journey. They started as a manufacturer of 3D printers for the retail market and pivoted to become a supplier of innovative STEAM laboratories for schools. From this podcast you can learn:
Challenges of running hardware EdTech start-up
How successful pivoting can look like
Karol's prediction on future education and EdTech industry
Karol's recommendations for EdTech start-ups