Join us for an informational webinar to learn how to drive product and market development so that your company can secure the resources you need to grow. Learn more about our Boost accelerator program for edtech startups: our traditional four month accelerator program for early stage companies. Ask questions from one of the partners of the program.Find out more »
There are thousands of edtech innovators work on creating new and useful processes and technology. Does this mean that they should run to the patent office when the first opportunity to do so pops up to ensure they are protecting their work? The reality is that many companies have already entered the market and put their product out for public consumption too early. Yet, this doesn't mean they can't protect their intellectual property and less their liability exposure. In this…Find out more »
Join us for the biggest edtech event of fall!
Open to the general public for the first time ever, the LearnLaunch Demo Day will showcase and celebrate the accomplishments of nine edtech startups from this summer's Boost cohort. From AI-based research engines to test prep tools for Indian higher ed tests and school choice programs to mentorship streaming platforms for creatives, these companies are tackling customer-centric challenges across the education spectrum.Find out more »
Your edtech is now big enough to start hiring others to help the business you've created. With this growth also comes the need to learn more about con-compete agreements wage laws, medical leave, unemployment insurance claims, worker's compensation, sexual harassment, discrimination law, and compliance issues that you might face. Yet, you're not sure what is most important. In this session, participants will: Identify the major pain points related to employment law that exist for edtech startups entering the space, and…Find out more »
Unless you are launching an edtech product that is focused on accounting, it's highly likely that you have something to learn about what it means to create and maintain a solid Chart of Accounts (CoA). Even as a more seasoned edtech entrepreneur, whether you are providing a product or a service - its important to make sure you are being consistent in your approach, especially if your organization is expanding or you need to know what the real financials are for…Find out more »