With internet and digitisation taking over the traditional mediums of learning and changing data consumption habits in India, the 5th edition of VCCircle Education Investment Summit will focus on innovations & opportunities in the digital education segment, including e-classrooms, digital books & content, e-tutorials, test preparations, distance learning & edutainment.
The event is scheduled for November 27 at Hotel Sheraton, Saket, New Delhi.
The panel discussion will shed light on how players in the space are aiming to bring together the digital world of education in India as well as opportunities & challenges faced by entrepreneur-investors in innovating, scaling up businesses and generating returns. How are players keeping ahead of the curve and delivering innovative business models? What initiatives are driving students’ interest in digital platforms? Are direct marketing routes successful? Do schools, universities, coaching institutes still remain the caveat for driving adoption of digital content & mediums?
The summit will also focus on identifying emerging patterns of business across the education sector:
After seeing the enthusiasm among the startups entering the education sector, the summit sets the stage for innovative startups to present their businesses through our curated VCCircle Showcase programme. If you wish to showcase your startup to potential investors, register your interest with firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to apply
The summit will feature leading and emerging entrepreneurs, investors, consultants looking out for latest trends & next big opportunity in the K-12, higher education, training space, besides newly emerged segments such as vocational training, pre-school and interactive digital e-learning courses.
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