What is the Potential for Edtech Startups in Southeast Asia?

And How They Can better Serve The Market

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Edtech startups will see a boost in revenues as the demand for online learning grows in Southeast Asia.

Southeast Asia is a region with the largest youth population in the world.

Southeast Asia has a major problem with providing quality and affordable education.

growing internet connectivity rates;

a growing youth population;

rising literacy rates;

high economic growth;

strong local universities;

high unemployment rate among youth;

lack of access to quality education;

a growing trend towards e-commerce among millennials;

and government initiatives for skill development programmes across various sectors including healthcare, manufacturing, food processing and hospitality industries among others.

How can edtech startups in Asia better serve the market?

Founder of Cudy Technologies (www.cudy.co), a full-stack EdTech startup helping teachers and students teach and learn better. I am also a mentor and investor.