Tech founders are often taught to “scratch their own itch” by building products they themselves want to use. But what do you do when you’re building an ed-tech product and you aren’t a teacher or student?
Newcomers to the ed-tech space must often grapple with building a new professional network. For those who are savvy, industry conferences can offer a useful jumpstart.
Newcomers to the ed-tech space must learn an important lesson: If you’re not helping teachers, you have little chance of reaching students.
What happens when a startup pivots into the education space, but the founder isn’t from the K-12 world? Two years of self-education, iteration and relationship-building.