HolonIQ for Economic Development
HolonIQ provides data and analysis on the education market, trade, capital flows and policy so you can better understand and benchmark your own ecosystem.
Benchmark your education market, innovation clusters, company and capital formation, investor base and more.
Evaluate strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for your region.
Follow case studies to understand ecosystem pathways and policy examples.
A strong, innovative education and training sector is critical to retaining and attracting human, technology and investment capital and building a future-proof economy.
Measure the size & shape of your ecosystem to profile your strengths, attract interest and investment.
Attract high growth companies looking for new territories to create jobs and add value to the economy.
Help local companies identify talent, capital and partners to help them scale.
At HolonIQ we identify how emerging technology and business trends are being used in education and present them in structured and meaningful way so you can:
Track how emerging and disruptive technologies are being used in education and training contexts.
Follow advanced technology development and applications in education delivery.
Monitor all education investment activity to understand where capital is flowing and how the global education market is shifting.
Ensure that your ecosystem is building strengths for the future, rather than the past. HolonIQ data and intelligence allows economic development agencies to:
Identify the categories that are emerging, growing and those that are in decline.
Follow the flow of capital into specific categories across different markets to determine where ecosystems are building an advantage.
Identify the industries that are growing and steering clear of those that are not, so you can allocate your resources in the right places.
Stop scrubbing data in spreadsheets, tracking news, v-lookups and pivot tables and more time working out the implications and taking action.
Easily identify different types of organizations, cluster by category, market or country, capture funding rounds and financing and export data.
Q1 2020 was one of the largest quarters in Global EdTech Venture Capital, boosted by Yuanfudao’s Mega $1B Series G.
A very high number of respondents expect COVID-19 will see their organizations worse off in the short and long term. Demand is expected to weaken as strategically organizations shift to new technologies and operational improvement.
Exploring Latin America’s emerging education technology landscape
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