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EdNET 2012—Farewell Products, Hello Services: Are the Market and Business Models There Yet?

By October 8, 2012May 25th, 2018No Comments

Charlene and Emily attended EdNET 2012 in Baltimore, Md., last week. During the conference they attended numerous sessions, networking events, and indulged in some delicious bakery treats.

EdNET explores the shifting tides of the education market, helping attendees discover what it takes to chart, navigate, and deliver products and services in a rapidly changing education environment. This year’s conference focused on the state of U.S. education, Common Core, technology developments, the evolution of gaming in education, and the resurgence of investor interest in the K-12 market.

One of the best sessions at EdNET focused on the sea change in ed products business models, from a focus on product sales to one based on related services. The speakers were Lou Pugliese, Moodlerooms (Moderator), Tyson Greer, Ambient Insight, and Duncan Young, Scholastic.

For more information on EdNET, visit Ednet Conference website.

One of the best sessions at #EdNET12 in Baltimore focused on the sea change in ed products business models, from a focus on product sales to one based on related services. The speakers were Lou Pugliese, Moodlerooms (Moderator), Tyson Greer, Ambient Insight, and Duncan Young, Scholastic.