Learnetic at Edu+ Week in Seoul, Korea.
Participating in the Edu+ Week in Seoul was a first for us, but it proved to be a dynamic event filled with productive meetings and successful discussions with our partners. This year, the event brought together 182 educational companies and institutions from 10 countries, collectively showcasing over 2000 EdTech and educational solutions, which included artificial intelligence solutions and robots.
Learnetic was represented by two experts who dedicated their time to meeting our existing partners and introducing our AI-empowered products to Korean educational publishers. Let’s delve into the valuable experiences they gained from the fair.
The highlight of the fair was the strong presence of major companies and visitors coming mostly from South Korea. A multitude of companies showcased their offerings in STEM, Robotics, and coding solutions. Hardware solutions were also in abundance. A particularly notable trend was the surge of AI, backed by the local Ministry of Education. Our booth hosted numerous company representatives who displayed a keen interest in our approach and solutions that incorporate AI into authoring tools and textbooks. Without a doubt, I see the fair as a remarkable event, and we’re already gearing up for thoughts about the next edition. – Rafał Romejko, Head of International Operations, Learnetic.
Participating in Edu+ Week was an enjoyable experience. Throughout the event, I engaged in numerous captivating conversations with educational publishers, with a predominant focus on the integration of artificial intelligence in textbooks. Korea has consistently placed a strong emphasis on education. Korean publishers recognize that AI can serve as a valuable tool in education, reducing teacher workload and providing vital skills to students. This paves the way for a more efficient and effective learning environment for everyone involved. – Filip Chojnacki, Regional Operations Manager, Learnetic.
Details about the upcoming fair where you can connect with our experts can be found here.
The EEPG connects educational publishers from 24 European countries, who collaborate and meet periodically to exchange ideas, projects and good practices on the future of school and educational materials.