Could your educational technology start-up transform education for millions of children?
The Global Education and Skills Forum 2018 is bringing together highest potential educational technology start-ups targeting emerging markets together with Ministers, policymakers, investors, donors, charities and educationalists from around the world, to meet and discuss how technology can improve the future of education.
‘Tomorrow’ is a new summit within the Global Education and Skills Forum in 2018, where solutions to tomorrow’s problems are addressed and resolved. Join us to be a part of that change.
‘Tomorrow’ will host the inaugural Next Billion EdTech Prize. Judged by a panel of experts and education ministers, select education technology start-ups in emerging markets can pitch their ideas against others for a money-can’t buy prize - a chance to pilot out the technology in schools and with ministries of education in up to three partner countries, as well as a share of a $50,000 prize fund.
Why apply for The Next Billion EdTech Prize?
- Conduct pilots in schools and education ministries in a different country to demonstrate proof of concept and access new markets and opportunities.
- Networking exchanges with more than 50 current and former education ministers.
- Network with VCs and inventors from Silicon Valley and beyond.
- Take part in a business mentoring session by Paperclip Startup Campus, a start-up incubator from Hong Kong.
- Total prize fund of $50,000 split between 3 finalist companies.
- Beta-test your product with the finalists of the Global Teacher Prize – the world’s best teachers providing tailored feedback.
- Hear the latest research from leading academics at University College London’s Institute of Education.