Klik2learn named winner in the EdTech category of the Super Connect for Good 2021 competition, powered by Empact Ventures.
The EdTech award focused on technologies that can increase the quality of education or make education more accessible to those that benefit from it. The competition was open to tech startups and scale-ups with a registered office in the UK, Ireland or Europe.
Having made it to the final of the EdTech innovation stream in September, Klik2learn pitched to the judges, led by lead partner the Royal Agriculture University.
Klik2learn was announced as the winning EdTech at the virtual final on the 18th of November 2021.
John McHugh, Commercial Director, commented:
“We know that learning English helps unlock migrant capabilities, saves costs to public services, and in the long term promotes a more integrated and socially cohesive society.
“We deliver English as a Service (EaaS) and our goal is to use technology to make English learning affordable to those who need it most.”
Alongside Hays Technology and Empact Ventures, the competition is backed by partners including The Royal Agricultural University, NatWest, Siemens Mobility, Microsoft for Start-ups, OVHcloud Start-up Program, FinTech Scotland, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Seedrs, RTC North, Red Flag Alert, Linkilaw Solicitors, NIHR Surgical MedTech Co-operative, Dublin BIC, Boardroom Advisors, Top Business Tech and HealthTech World.Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in