Ever wonder why our company is called Edumanity? Because we believe in education for humanity. Learning is a lifelong action that can take many forms – this conviction is an underlying force in all our work.
In the latest issue of Malmö Näringsliv,a business supplement of the daily newspaper Sydsvenskan, our CEO Håkan Dennersten talked about how our track record of working on a UNESCO project has led to our current collaboration with the Grameen organisations in Bangladesh. Just a few years ago it would be hard to imagine how illiterate children could learn to read and write on a mobile phone. Today it’s a matter of doing it with passion, innovation and professionalism.
Read the article (in Swedish) here.
Our CEO Håkan Dennersten has been featured in the latest issue of Uppdrag mission. Responding to the theme of how to lift people out of poverty, Håkan talked about Edumanity’s collaboration with Professor Yunus and the Grameen family of organisations in Bangladesh. Together we will develop a mobile-based literacy programme where young children can learn how to read and write by playing games.
The full article, in Swedish, can be read here
[stag_intro]Håkan Dennersten, the CEO of Edumanity, was interviewed in the Sydsvenskan newspaper today:[/stag_intro]
The courses we build are a synthesis of gaming, social networking and traditional e-learning. We allow students to learn as much from their peers, as from their teachers. Our company is pioneering crowd-learning online.
All pieces of the puzzle are coming together; capital, big clients, a dedicated team, and a business model. I believe that Edumanity will grow rapidly, but our biggest competitors are conferences and traditional e-learning. We are ready to take the fight, and convince our future clients to make the shift.
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