ABC: Business Week
“It’s one of the fastest growing niches in the start-up sector, Small creative companies are adapting technology to revolutionise many areas of education, from helping students learn to overhauling administration systems.
They are tipped to be the next high achievers in the crowded start-up space, using technology to change the way we learn, from primary school to university.
Like a number of ed-tech hopefuls, Smart Sparrow was developed at a university. A Small Team from the Uni of New South Wales reinvented the way traditional tutorials are taught through an adaptive e-learning platform. Now the company has 25 employees with offices in Australia and the US and plans to tap into Asia. It’s founder Dror Ben Naim says it’s suite of programs include a virtual lab which is directly tailored to a student’s needs.”