Ed-TechEvolution award winners announced

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The international acceleration program Ed-Tech Evolution, which brought togetherinnovators and investors from the Nordic and Baltic regions ended with Demo Day on Friday, June 19 when eleven best participants, selected by the
jury, presented their start-up ideas in a bid to win prizes contributed by sponsors.

The Strategic Consulting Award was given to Homestudy, a company focused on teacher support while prizes also went to Gimi, which develops a financial and educational application for students and their parents, and Casers, which aims to help scientists and researchers create interactive field research tools with game elements and online collaborations around the world, and has won a three-month stint to develop their project with Producement business consultancy.

The Progressica Award for the development of team efficiency and dynamics went to Load Last Save, which focuses on educational games. In its turn, Learn Launch will help two new companies to develop and enter the US market - Cabers and Kibo, which helps students develop their careers.

The Tet award consisted of two parts - an offer of product and market strategy consulting as well as a EUR 1,000 cash prize. These awards were shared between Homestudy and Edumus, a start-up which helps young professionals start their school careers.

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