CEO AND CO-FOUNDER
The really exciting thing for me about technology today is how it enables smaller groups to effectively solve really important problems, where the larger organisations are too slow to move.
The last start up I founded was a strategic business planning software platform. However, when we needed to develop eLearning to support the platform, I was simply staggered with how expensive and time consuming it was and how many people needed to be involved.
We had all of the subject matter expertise on our team to teach our users but to develop eLearning we had to hand all of our content over to eLearning experts. And as guest lecturer at post grad level in strategy and entrepreneurship, I have witnessed the huge frustration that the academic staff with the complexity of eLearning.
So when I saw how Natalie was thinking of putting educators and subject matter experts back in control, I immediately knew that a huge and very important problem was being solved.
It’s so exciting when we see the reactions of our customers when they realise that they, not eLearning experts, can now be in control of creating and updating highly effective online learning with VidVersity and we can’t wait to put educators all across the world in control.