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Learn who’s investing or making acquisitions and what this signals about their strategy.
Understand how a space is changing, track where investors are placing bets, see which companies are gaining traction and more.
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Identify the categories that are emerging, growing and those that are in decline.
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Spot traction early. Identify false starts ahead of time.
Power your analyst team to deliver results faster.
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.
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The Robotics market in education is forecast to grow from $1.3B to $3.1B to 2025, at which point it will be displaced by Artificial Intelligence.
By the time we reach 2025, more than 1 billion people on earth will have attained a post-secondary qualification throughout their lifetimes.
503 education professionals from over 50 countries report lack of innovation, poor economic sustainability, teacher shortages, unequal access and escalating cost as the major risks to global education.
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