10 European EdTech startups changing the face of education in 2020 – EU-Startups
Edtech has changed the face of learning and the whole concept what a school is. A decade ago, a university was an old building in the city where you went to get an education – nowadays there are MOOCs available online, with enrollment numbers skyrocketing. Coding used to be reserved for talented IT professionals – now kids learn to code before they even know the alphabet. Virtual reality was a Star Trek-like feature that we only saw in the movies – today it’s a highly efficient classroom tool.
In the next few years, education will strive to fully embrace technology, and these 10 promising European startups are a clear example of that.
CoachHub – Coach hub is a digital coaching platform for employees, coaching people to be the best they can be at their jobs. The digital coaching service is delivered via an app and offers video-coaching sessions, training activities and personal support from a business coach regarding time management, stress management, and leadership skills. Launched in 2018, CoachHub’s global coaching pool currently consists of more than 300 qualified coaches who speak some 30 languages. In 2019, they snapped up 18.9 million and are already being used by employees at Sparkasse Bank, Soundcloud, Movinga, Hello Fresh, Flixbus and Danone.
Drops – Tallinn-based Drops introduces a new way to learn languages. The vocabulary-focused app was launched in 2015 and it quickly became the fastest-growing language learning app on