Why Esme Learning Solutions is Capturing Investor Attention

On this MarketScale TV interview, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin explores recent funding for Esme Learning Solutions, an up-and-coming edtech platform, unpacking its value proposition and how it fits into the existing array of online learning platforms. For insights, Litwin was joined by Finn O’Hurley

CEO & E-Learning Specialist at Learnopoly, an online learning review platform that has given full course reviews for MasterClass, Udemy, edX, and more.

Esme Learning Solutions, an AI-powered learning platform, recently secured $7.5 million in Series A funding, already boasting several high profile partnerships, being one of few online learning curriculum used by institutions like Oxford and soon MIT.

To differentiate itself, Esme uses an AI-enabled digital learning system focused on optimizing human performance, encouraging digital collaboration, and pulling from 15 years of peer-reviewed neuroscience research to inform its experiential learning curriculum.

As 2020 set a record year for edtech platforms as a whole, raising $2.2 billion as an industry, Finn Patraic helps break down how Esme compares to other start-up platforms in the space today, and whether AI and a focus on experiential learning will be enough of a longterm strategy for capturing investment?

He also gives context on how Esme is intersecting with today’s most pressing remote and hybrid learning needs that students have, and whether it’s meeting the mark.

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