For the second consecutive year, CB&A is excited to continue its partnership with the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) as they accept applications for their third cohort of Emerging Private Sector Partnership Program (EPSP) participants. EPSP is a public-private initiative tailored specifically for companies new to the K-12 education and technology marketplace. To keep the program robust, less than 10 companies will be admitted.
CB&A is a proud supporter of the program, which offers a variety of benefits to members, including the opportunity to pitch their business ideas at the Emerging Technologies Forum. Leading industry experts will be in attendance at the forum, including our own Founder and CEO, Charlene Blohm, Kevin Custer and Rita Ferrandino of Arc Capital Development and Mitch Weisburgh of Academic Business Advisors. Members will have the opportunity to show their products and services, receive feedback and advice, and engage in dialogue with educational technology leaders. Based on these presentations, two companies will be selected to be among those who develop solutions for the needs of all learners.
In order to be considered for the EPSP and receive program benefits, companies must submit an application and, if selected, pay a participation fee of $5,000 for the annual partnership. The deadline for companies to apply is March 17, 2015. The application is available here: http://ow.ly/JKh8C
Good luck and we look forward to hearing your ideas!