Affordable Learning Summits India 2015: Edtech Ideator hosted by Pearson Affordable Learning Fund

Pearson Affordable Learning Fund is organising a day-long summit in Bangalore to ideate about tech for learning, as part of its Affordable Learning Summits.


Calling all education, technology and business experts looking to make a difference in education. We invite you to participate in hands-on learning at its best, working through real problems faced by real startups. This is an exciting opportunity to validate innovative new ideas and amplify your presence in the growing affordable learning space. To register and learn more, click here.
The Edtech Ideator is part of a wider series of education and entrepreneurship events taking place across India in April 2015 – the Affordable Learning Summits. We invite pioneering entrepreneurs, seasoned sector experts, and stakeholders from government, academia, and the public sector to join us for critical engagement in the role of the private sector in educating low-income learners.
We invite pioneering entrepreneurs, seasoned sector experts, and stakeholders from government, academia and the public sector to participate.
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The Affordable Learning Summits have two key objectives:

1. Offer innovative companies solving some of the most pressing education challenges faced by the global emerging economy with opportunities to build empowering relationships throughout the industry.

2. Catalyzing education-focused entrepreneurship throughout India, while fostering and amplifying local thought leadership and engagement in the affordable learning sector.

Date: April 4th, 2015
Location: Bhive Coworking Space – No. 269, 18th D Main, 6th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore – (Two roads behind Bethany High School)
Time: 8:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Contact: Kristen.Moree@pearson.com
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