Education Featured Article
October 29, 2012
Education Innovation Looking to Make Strides in Education Tech
By Oliver VanDervoort, Contributing Writer
As the world moves to a more high-tech approach to almost everything, there are plenty of companies looking for ways to bring that technology into the education technology field. One such company, Education Innovation Inc., is looking to invest even more money into this space.
The company recently announced that it was officially looking to expand its e-Learning technologies and solutions, as well as its education management solutions. It is actively looking for people or other firms looking to invest or sell their existing education management software.
Education Innovation is actually a subsidiary of the Education Venture firm known as Sibling Group Holdings. The company says it really won’t be limiting the kinds of investments it will be looking for or the formats of the technology in which they’ll be looking to invest.
The ultimate goal of this particular approach to is beef up the e-learning offerings that are available for technology to the classroom. While the company is not limiting what kind of investments or software it’s willing to take a look at, the firm did say it was limiting its attention to charter school operators and private school management companies.
The company is also looking financing and software solutions that specialize in the areas of tutoring and consulting, not only in North America but across the globe.
By using this dual approach, Education Innovation hopes it will make it more attractive for investors to put their money into the company, while coming out with great new innovations in the education technology market place.
As most companies look to take one side of this approach or another, there are very few that are as focused on both sides of the coin as Education Innovation, Inc.
Edited by Braden Becker
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