Having survived the throes of startup formation, product launch and establishing a customer base, how have these successful companies brought their young company to scale? Come and hear these mid-size companies demo their products and talk about transitioning their companies for the next wave of challenges. We want to see strategic activities promoting healthy growth and why others have lesser focus. What factors allowed these companies to hurdle past the startup challenges in the education industry. With the story still evolving where is the near and mid-term focus today in a variety of segments within the EdTech space.
* Caity Selleck, Research Ready Prod Mgr, Imagine Easy Solutions (http://www.imagineeasy.com/), @Caity_EasyBib (https://twitter.com/Caity_EasyBib)
* David Ciulla, Exeuctive Director, Read Works (http://www.readworks.org/), @ReadWorks (https://twitter.com/ReadWorks)
* Alex Rappaport, CEO, Flocabulary (http://www.flocabulary.com/), @Flocabulary (https://twitter.com/Flocabulary)
* Jack Dewitt, VP Product Management, Knowledge Delivery Systems (http://www1.kdsi.org/), @KDSI (https://twitter.com/KDSI)
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