Taking British edtech companies on the roadsee what we can do for you.
A launchpad for international edtech businesses in the UKsee what we can do for you.
Accelerating the growth of the UK’s education and learning technology sectorsee what we can do for you.
The front door for edtech investors, government, educators and companies.see what we can do for you.
Edtech UK builds on a range of successful digital programmes led by The Education Foundation, including setting up and running the Edtech Incubator – the UK and Europe’s first edtech accelerator programme; the Digital Colleges programme; the Facebook for Educators project; writing numerous thought leadership reports on the future of education technology; running edtech missions for high growth startups and much more.
Edtech UK is a new strategic body set up to help accelerate the growth of the UK’s education technology sector in Britain and globally. Incubated by The Education Foundation, the body is a “front door” for industry, investors and government and a convening voice for all of the education and learning technology sector including educators, startups, scale up and high growth companies, large corporations and investors.
We have 25 leading startups, scale ups and larger enterprises as our founding members (see gallery above) who are leading developments across the education and learning technology landscape in Britain and globally.
Membership is available to organisations in the UK and globally who are pushing the boundaries in innovation, growth and impact.
Being part of the Edtech UK's network has been vital for Blackbullion. Having the support of Ian and Ty and access to passionate and committed supporters has been so valuable. Being able to share the trials and triumphs of the early stages of the business with a cohort experiencing the same things means that, though we are all walking our own path, we are never really alone.Vivi Friedgut, CEO, Blackbullion
Growing our edtech offer is a priority for this government. Its positive that Edtech UK is launching as both a strategic front door for industry, investment and government, and a convening voice for the education and learning technology sector. We recognise the importance of edtech to ensure the UK is at the forefront of technology and innovation and to secure sustainable economic growth.Lord Maude, Minister of State for Trade and Investment
London has all the ingredients to become the edtech capital of the world - a thriving technology sector, the city is globally recognised for education excellence and a leading financial centre. Londoners are also a highly diverse bunch from all over the world and are buzzing with ideas and a desire to learn. I have no doubt that Edtech UK will help drive forward this growing sector in the capitalBoris Johnson MP, Mayor of London
Technology is a powerful tool in extending and creating opportunities for young people. The launch of Edtech UK is a positive step towards increasing the effective use of technology in schools, helping all pupils to develop the knowledge and skills they need to thrive in our modern economyNicky Morgan MP, Secretary of State for Education
The Education Foundation and now Edtech UK has been the biggest supporter of early stage edtech startups in London, organising countless meetups and introductions. They even lobbied to support more edtech startups and as a result we ended up on a recent Mayor of London & UKTI trade mission to the U.S that has led to a new investor for us, so we are most grateful for Ian and Ty's endless hard work.George Burgess, CEO, Gojimo
Having the support of Edtech UK and their team has been a great help over the last year. Being able to brain storm and have a helping hand throughout is much what the edtech sector needs and we are massively grateful for support like this.Tom Hatton, CEO, RefMe
Edtech UK is delighted to be a leading partner in a high profile market visit to Israel from 9-12 November 2015 with a range of top edtech startups including founding members Gojimo Proversity & RefME, with partners: London & Partners, London Chamber of Commerce and the GLA. The tech mission will be headed up by […]
On 21st October Edtech UK launched at City Hall in London with an audience of over 150 top education, tech and policy leaders from across the UK and internationally. We also launched a major new report with the Mayor of London and London and Partners “Edtech: London Capital of Learning Technology” which sets out the […]