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EdTech Asia Summit 2020

Business, Technology and Innovation Insights for Learning, Employability, and the Workplace

 

Fostering Insights along the Cradle to Career Continuum

 

EdTech Asia Summit 2020 will consist of multiple plenary sessions and breakout sessions for three customized tracks, an evening networking function, VIP luncheon, awards, workshops, and an optional edtech ecosystem tour to be held pre-event. EdTech Asia Summit will be strategically curated and selective bringing together 700+ of the most influential stakeholders from within the Asian region.

EdTech Asia Summit aims to build collaboration, foster networks, and empower learning innovation and talent tech stakeholders across Asia and beyond. In the process, we aim to showcase key players, regional trends, unexpected dynamics, investment opportunities, and what to expect next on the education, learning, employment, and skills horizon. Through engaging plenaries, roundtable discussions, hands-on workshops, and informal networking, EdTech Asia aims to build collaboration, foster networks, and empower edtech stakeholders across Asia and beyond. The two-day summit aims to offer insight into to future of Asia’s complex, rapidly evolving, and high demand learning innovation and future of work ecosystems. EdTech Asia Summit will bring together influential stakeholders including entrepreneurs, innovators, investors, corporate executives, government, academia, consultants, policy makers, and thought leaders. 

Previous EdTech Asia Summits have been held in the following locations: Bangkok 2016, Ho Chi Minh City 2017, Hong Kong 2018, and Singapore 2019. Smaller EdTech Asia capacity building events and workshops have been held in numerous cities throughout Asia including Tokyo, Singapore, Hanoi, Manila, Beijing, Shenzhen, Phnom Penh, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, and Jakarta. Annual summit sponsors and supporters have included tech giants, global educational publishers, corporate CSR, and investment groups. The annual summit is strongly supported by a community of local stakeholders in learning innovation including company founders, community builders, company leaders, and investors.

Target groups include:

• Corporate and major brand executives within education and technology

• EdTech and HRtech company founders 

• Private and public sector finance

• International development 

• Government and civil society

• Consulting, research, academia

• Media and press

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