Beijing is famous for many things: roast duck, Tiananmen Square, The Forbidden City, The Temple of Heaven, and most recently, EdTech.
Beijing has the highest concentration of EdTech startups in the world, with a whopping 3,000 companies. Not only is there a staggering number of these businesses, but many have a remarkable earning capability, contributing to a multi-billion-dollar national industry.
Chinese EdTech is something to think about as we head toward the international event that is Nafsa in DC this year. If you are going, please let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org). We have some brand new industry research about student-to-student counseling to share and it is pretty significant. Be in touch and you'll be the first to know!
And come to our Nafsa session on digital marketing best practices (we're talking about micro-conversions with one of our favorite stars Hillary Dostal from Northeastern University - see below). With Ben and Hillary presenting, there's always a great mix of practical information and entertainment value. This will not be a snoozer ppt-show.
So why is Chinese EdTech important to you? Seems distant and inaccessible, right?
The swift rise of Chinese EdTech could serve as a blueprint for growing global digital learning, but there are some unique secrets to China’s success. And there are some university promotion and recruiting opportunities that only the savvy will leverage. Interested? Read on...Read More