Introduction & Entrepreneur Keynote Panel
This panel features prominent edtech entrepreneurs who will discuss how they have successfully built their businesses.
Professor, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Friday, February 28
Your Go to Market Strategy: How to Get Trials and Sales
This panel will open with an update on the current state of the edtech market. Both buyers and entrepreneurs will comment on how they are navigating the market, the freemium model, direct sales, RFPs and partnerships to help you determine the best strategy as your startup scales.
Saturday, March 1
The Shift to Digital Learning: How Educators Are Being Supported
As the education industry shifts from physical textbooks to digital content, how are teachers and administrators being prepared to navigate this new world? Who is creating curricula in this new world? Panelists will discuss emerging models of professional development that help educators bring new digital materials, tools, and strategies to teaching and learning, as well as how curricula will be designed and delivered.
Strategic Partnerships: What You Need to Know
As your startup scales, you might consider partnering with a larger company to reach more customers faster. However, navigating the system within a big company can be challenging. Learn tips and tricks from potential partners about what they look for in a partnership, how to successfully pitch to them, and how to land and maintain a strong partnership.
Pitch Competition Finalist Pitches
EdTrips and Gradeable compete to win the pitch competition.
Finalist Pitch Voting Results and Closing Remarks
More information about the conference can be found here.
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Note: we were not able to post all of the breakout session content due to low video quality.