Fundraising takes a lot of time. As an ed-tech startup, you have to raise money and grow the company at the same time.
What does it take to raise $2 million in funding for your startup? I know, because I’ve done it.
Over the years, LearnLaunch’s Across Boundaries conference has engendered conversations on everything from STEM learning to augmented reality. The 2017 conference in Boston is coming up.
The start of a new year gives everyone a reset button. As the leader of my new company, I am making some important New Year’s resolutions.
Every startup has a long list of the features they want to build and create. With limitations on time and money, tradeoffs have to be made.
The notion that teachers can thrive as entrepreneurs is just rising to the surface, despite the ed-tech startup industry’s rapid growth. So, what can other teacherpreneurs do to get to this place faster?
While a startup can’t compete with the showy conference displays created by large education companies, there’s value to be had through a smaller presence too.
Building an organization that emphasizes functionality and makes employees feel valued can create a competitive advantage for startups.
Having a group of experienced company leaders to share experiences with can help you run a healthy, successful business.
Japan brought us Nintendo and Sony, among other well-known technology companies. So it was with high expectations that I went to Japan to visit our sales distribution partners to learn more about the Japanese market for education technology.