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EdTech Market Brief India Q1 2016 EDUKWEST

EdTech Market Brief India Q1 2016

Although the education and EdTech markets in India are still of nascent nature, it is hard to ignore the passion and appetite of both startup founders and investors alike.

EDUKWEST already published several sought-after reports on the Indian EdTech scene, namely a report on mobile learning, our Indian EdTech Startup List and our first EdTech Reading List India.

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Reading List Virtual Reality in Education EDUKWEST

Reading List: Virtual Reality in Education

Few verticals in edtech have received as much hype lately as the use of virtual reality in education. With the MOOC phenomenon cooling off, or arriving in the reality of having to find a viable business model, virtual reality carries the hopes and dreams of teachers, entrepreneurs, and investors alike.

According to Fortune, VCs have put more than $4 billion in VR startups over the past five years, and then there is of course the acquisition of Oculus Rift by Facebook for $2 billion.

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Reading List Tutoring Markets Overview EDUKWEST

Reading List: Tutoring Markets Overview

The tutoring industry is a booming market worldwide, currently estimated at around 100 to 150 billion USD annually and with the potential to grow to 190 billion USD, depending on whose research you take as basis.

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Market Brief Mobile Learning India EDUKWEST

Market Brief: Mobile Learning India

Mobile learning is a growing sector in education across the globe, but it will have the largest impact in developing countries where mobile Internet outgrows, and often replaces, broadband connections at an increased speed.

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Reading List EdTech Asia EDUKWEST

Reading List: EdTech Asia

Today, Asia in all its variety is likely the most interesting market for education technology.

Although it is mostly China, with its dominance and enormous potential for growth, we hear about when it comes to massive investment rounds, it is lesser covered Asian countries, like Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam or Indonesia, that go through rapid development and quick evolution, which now have the potential to leapfrog some of their more mature Asian neighbors.

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