EdTech Times 2013 Round-up: Q&As & Interviews
EdTech Times spoke with a lot of influential people in the EdTech sector this year. We’ve rounded up a few of the hits of 2013 to revisit the great entrepreneurs and companies to keep up with next year.
Jason Lange, CEO and co-founder of BloomBoard discusses how the data-driven marketplace will provide growth and development for educators. Find out how the company is shaping up and what we can expect to see from it in the new year.
Balefire Labs offers the only educational app review service that uses objective criteria, and doesn’t accept advertising dollars or vendor payment for reviews. We heard from Karen L. Mahon, the president and founder, to find out more about her vision and the company’s future.
The Delta Program is an Android development training program based in Austin. Founders Adam Lupu and Adam Schwem believe there is a high demand for mobile application developers and not enough people receiving the necessary training to fill the need. Watch a video interview of the two founders.
TenMarks Education was acquired by Amazon in October of this year creating a buzz in the Edtech community. Find out how an EdTech startup can gain such a high profile acquisition by watching our video interview with co-founder, Andrew Joseph.
Michelle is a current graduate student at Emerson College and an intern at Boston's public radio station. She enjoys exploring the world of educational technology and writing about the ever-changing sector and its potential.