Apply: Global Education Technology Start-Up Awards (GESAwards) South African RepublicThe largest EdTech competition in the world

Global Education Technology Start-Up Awards (GESAwards) South African Republic
The largest EdTech competition in the world.

Apply: Global Education Technology Start-Up Awards (GESAwards) South African RepublicThe largest EdTech competition in the world

This year’s Global EdTech Start-up Awards will be held in South Africa in collaboration with Injini (GESAwards). GESAwards is the largest Edtech competition and community in the world. This programme is a collaboration of partners from six continents that has resulted in the creation of a community of over 6000 EdTech startups from over 130 countries.

About the GESAwards

The Global EdTech Startups Awards (GESAwards) is the world’s largest Edtech competition and community.

This programme is a collaboration of partners from six continents that has resulted in the creation of a community of over 6000 EdTech startups from over 130 countries.

GESAwards allows Startups from all over the world to showcase their products to a global audience, connect and build significant partnerships, facilitate business opportunities, and compete for the title of best Edtech startup of the year. GESAwards helps establish local EdTech ecosystems and supports the flow of EdTech investments to alternative markets in addition to promoting the top Edtech Startups.

GESAwards prizes for 2022

• The best edtech solution should address a clear problem that affects the worldwide market, apply an inventive strategy, show development potential based on a sustainable business model, deliver an engaging user experience, and prove product viability.
• An innovation solution based on the most recent cutting-edge trends and/or technologies that significantly enhances pedagogy
• Social Impact solution that gives a scalable solution to pertinent current social and global concerns; • Emerging Markets solution that offers an ideal product-market fit to emerging countries and overcomes key hurdles emerging from these markets
• Special Tracks
5 answers that address the particular difficulties listed by each of the Special Tracks: Restarting cultural treasures, dependable AI, NextGen HigherED, self-regulated learning with AI, and enhancing learner competencies.

Competition Standards

The following criteria will be used to evaluate the good or service

  1. Address a prominent, market-relevant pain point
  2. Present a cutting-edge pedagogical strategy
  3. Provide a useful user experience
  4. Demonstrate growth potential based on a sustainable business model.
  5. Show that the product is viable.

Timeline

Overview

Closes September 15, 2022

OrganizerUK South Africa Tech Hub
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TargetsInnovations
SectorsEdTech
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