Here’s a common problem that many aspiring ed-tech entrepreneurs face: They have a great idea, but they don’t know how to build it.
Are you preparing to pitch your ed-tech startup at a business plan competition? Here are the eight points you need to cover.
Entrepreneurs face a lot of rejection. But if you learn to embrace it, success can be on the other side.
There are plenty of things you can do today to help down the road, if and when you decide to launch your own ed-tech startup.
Thinking of launching your own edtech startup? Here are some easy steps to help you start generating startup ideas. I’ll also share how we came up with the idea for ProfessorWord.
I’m an introvert. I do my best work when I’ve had time to reflect and work alone. In fact, too much external stimuli overwhelms me. So how am I also an entrepreneur?
Spring is a popular time of year for education business plan competitions. Here’s some advice on how to give your ed-tech startup a chance at the prize.
Money can sometimes feel like a dirty word in the education space. And as an edtech entrepreneur, you want to do good, but you also need to make money. Here’s some advice I was given on that.
Don’t underestimate how much luck matters. You’re not going to get anywhere without hard work, but sometimes you have to be in the right place at the right time.
You can’t work all the time. Unless, you’re an entrepreneur (or a teacher), of course, in which case, you are expected to work all the time. But is that sustainable?