Leaders of the new venture capital firm Brighteye Ventures talk about what they want from companies, and what they see coming in the European ed-tech space.
In this week’s dealmaking news, European education fund Educapital closed its first funding round. Also, an African ed-tech accelerator unveiled its first cohort and a few ed-tech companies unveiled new partnerships.
CEOs of some of the fastest-growing K-12 companies explain why they shared financials to get on the Inc. 5000 list, along with tips to manage accelerated growth.
BrightBytes, San Francisco-based learning analytics organization, acquires Authentica Solutions and vows to provide an “end-to-end” solution for data-driven decisions by school leaders.
Opportunities exist for new ed-tech companies, even amid the sea of educational technology on display at ISTE 2017.
Being part of an education innovation cluster can bring connections, mentorships and a blueprint for navigating future growth and funding.
Software provider Frontline Edcuation acquired job search resource Teachers-Teachers, the company’s first acquisition of 2017; also, Excelligence, a provider of educational tools and learning solutions, acquired Frog Street Press.
Many education business make mistakes that could have been avoided in choosing advisory boards, which can play critical roles in product development, strategy, and understanding the market.
The organization that oversees the Imagine K-12 accelerator offers advice on the approaches ed-tech companies should take when doing business with K-12 schools.
An award-winning district leader focuses on products that help with personalization, and says companies can start the conversation with case studies.