The HolonIQ Southeast Asia EdTech 50 is drawn from a broad ASEAN focused cohort of new players rapidly gaining the attention of students, parents, policymakers and investors alike. Southeast Asia EdTech has seen nearly US$480 million of venture capital in over 200 individual investments over the last five years and it’s just getting started.
Innovation in learning and talent is spread right across the region. Companies spanning Up Skilling, Language Learning, Learner Support, LMS/SIS, STEAM and Coding, Financing, Skills Verification and more – made it onto the HolonIQ 2020 Southeast Asia EdTech 50.
The HolonIQ Education Intelligence Unit evaluated 500+ organizations from the region powered by data and insights from our Global Intelligence Platform.
HolonIQ and select Southeast Asian market experts assessed each organization based on HolonIQ’s startup scoring rubric, which covers the following dimensions:
Market. The quality and relative attractiveness of the specific market in which the company competes.
Product. The quality and uniqueness of the product itself.
Team. The expertise and diversity of the team.
Capital. The financial health of the company and in particular its ability to generate or secure sufficient funding.
Momentum. Positive changes in the size and velocity of the company over time.
The 2020 Southeast Asia 50 represents the breadth and depth of the Southeast Asian ecosystem. From Early Childhood through to Workforce, with companies based in the larger Southeast Asian economies and importantly with diversity from across the region.
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