May 26, 2022

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Etech start-up GoStudent goes to US - News

Etech start-up GoStudent goes to US – News

First the Austrian ‘Unicorn’ wants to offer 150,000 one-on-one online training in the United States by the end of this year.

GoStudent is an online tutor for children in elementary and middle education. Lessons are given one after the other through video and conducted on the start-up site. At around ில்லியன் 3 billion, it is officially one of Europe’s most valuable ‘edtech’ companies with a value of ‘unicorn’. The company currently operates in 22 countries, including the United States. GoStudent has opened an office in the Austin Startup Center in the state of Texas.

There, the start-up will provide personalized online training for standardized tests, among other things. According to a press release from GoStudent, this is about thirty subjects in a market of about 50 million students. “The market potential of more than 50 million students between the ages of six and eighteen is enormous,” said Laura Warnier, CEO of GoStudent. Online learning is already well known and established in the United States. ‘

Startups operate with subscriptions ranging from 6 to 36 months, with prices ranging from $ 32 to $ 50 per session. The company employs more than 1,700 people and offers more than 1.5 million training sessions each month. For this, it invites more than 19,000 teachers.

GoStudent is an online tutor for children in elementary and middle education. Lessons are given one after the other through video and conducted on the start-up site. At around ில்லியன் 3 billion, it is officially one of Europe’s most valuable ‘edtech’ companies with a value of ‘unicorn’. The company currently operates in 22 countries, including the United States. GoStudent has opened an office in the Austin Startup Center in the state of Texas. There, the start-up will provide personalized online training for standardized tests, among other things. According to a press release from GoStudent, this is about thirty subjects in a market of about 50 million students. “The market potential of more than 50 million students between the ages of six and eighteen is enormous,” said Laura Warnier, CEO of GoStudent. Online learning is already well-known and well-established in the United States. ”The startup runs for 6 to 36 months with subscriptions, costing $ 32 to $ 50 per session. The company employs more than 1,700 people and offers more than 1.5 million training sessions each month. Is calling.

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