EdTechX Holdings Announces Landmark EdTech Acquisition

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EdTechX Holdings, the world’s first listed education and education technology SPAC (Special Purpose Acquisition Company), has announced a definitive agreement with Meten Education (China) and its digital platform Likeshuo in a $535m landmark education technology transaction. Read more >

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Education: Power to the People
EdTechX is delighted to have contributed to a great piece of thematic equity research led by CITI on the Future of EducationRead more >

Indonesia: Your next holiday destination or buzzing new EdTech ecosystem?
The fastest growing tourist destination in SEA is now becoming a booming EdTech ecosystem. Read more >

Now & Next: The Future Schools of Africa
SPARK Schools in the Western Cape and Gauteng provinces offer a unique education model focused on continued mastery of academic goals and rooted in social emotional learningRead more >

5 Trends for Future of Education in Dar Es Salaam
Key themes including teacher support, improving infrastructure and public policy came to light. Read more >

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EdTechX Moves to Tobacco Dock
The EdTechX team are excited to announce that on 18 June 2020, we will be moving to a new venue — Tobacco Dock! Read more >

What will Education in Indonesia look like in 10 Years?
We looked at the Indonesia EdTech Ecosystem to see what the entrepreneurs, investors and education leaders believe need to be actioned to drive success in Education and Work. Read more >

Are New Collar Roles the Answer to the Skills Crisis?
New Collar, a term coined by IBM’s CEO Ginny Rometty in 2018, is now being widely used to suggest a possible solution to the skills crisis.  Read more >

Who let the Gini out of the Bottle?
Income inequality has been on the rise in developed economies since the 1970s, whilst in Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa it has been decreasing albeit from much greater heights.  Read more >

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