Changing tides: How is technology disrupting post-secondary education?
27 October, 2020,
Even before the Covid-19 pandemic took the world by storm, digital disrupters were forcing traditional post-secondary education providers to – strategically speaking – step out of their comfort zones. The implementation of digital-first initiatives by innovative companies has spawned a raft of new online options for students enrolled with universities, vocational colleges
and employment-training providers. Now, the coronavirus crisis is catalysing an even deeper shift to online provision, providers of which have been boosted by lockdowns and widespread closures of educational centres in recent months.
To explore such developments while considering emerging opportunities, the Business Women in Education network is hosting an interactive, virtual workshop that will bring together disrupters, operators, investors and advisors to share insights on a fast-moving environment.
Delegates will explore issues and questions around pricing models & strategy, investment propositions, blended learning, market scope and student retention.
The event is designed to incorporate networking and in-depth discussion; delegates will be afforded fresh ideas and new contacts in a sub-sector that is bracing itself for permanent change as a result of temporary disruption.
EducationInvestor Global recognises that women in the business of education are under-represented and under-networked and we want to be part of the solution. To help bridge the diversity gap in the market, we have successfully launched the Business Women in Education Network – and we want you to be a part of it.
The network connects like-minded professionals from all corners of the business of education, including operators, investors and advisors, who believe in the wide-ranging benefits that diversity brings. Our aim is to boost diversity in the business of education and empower women to accelerate their careers.
Please note: Given the size of the total membership, members can expect to be invited to a limited number of events. Event invitations are dependent on our audience segmentation, which tries to ensure, where possible, that members are only invited to events that may be of relevance to them. For this reason, it is important that members update their details.