Digital Education Content Market
We are looking to speak with someone familiar with technology companies serving the education content market. We are mostly focused on market and competitive trends in the education supplement market. The two primary topics of conversation are:
1) provide an overview of edmentum (formerly plato learning, archipelago learning). What were the factors that caused edmentum’s sales decline and ultimate bankruptcy? Do any other companies in the space exposed to the same sales decline risks?
2) provide an overview of the competitive environment for digital and print reading supplement content market. What competitors are in this market in addition to cambium learning/learning a-z?
Job titles: an executive or someone in a sales function who is familiar with the market, can discuss market growth and competitive environment.
familiar with the edmentum bankruptcy – can speak to the primary causes.
Can discuss strategy of the large content publishers (pearson, mcgraw, hmh, etc) and how they compete with the digital supplement providers
can discuss competitive environment in the digital supplemental materials market, particularly for the reading space.
Companies in this space of interest:
cambium learning (voyager sopris, learning a-z)
edmentum (plato learning, archipelago learning)+undefined Other Responses
We are a leading webinar publisher (wholly owned by the financial times) and an authorized zintro partner.
We are seeking an expert to lead a 60-minute webinar on the topic of “what to know about handling intellectual property licenses during bankruptcy”. The speaker will be responsible for compiling a basic 15-20-slide powerpoint for the presentation (template provided) and being available for the live recording or for a pre-record prior to that date. Speakers will be asked to sign a waiver, release and consent form that requires the speaker to provide their intellectual property for the purposes of presenting with us. While we will maintain a copyright of the final product (powerpoint with our logos and recording of presentation), we will not hold a copyright on the intellectual property provided by the speaker and the speaker will be free to use such concepts in the future.
The chosen speaker will receive compensation and tremendous professional exposure. Speakers will not be asked to pay any fees. Our lecturers have come from: mit sloan, sap, columbia university, harvard business review, cornell university, ernst & young, deloitte, kpmg, new york university, and many more top organizations.+8 Other Responses