1- Bright Little Labs
Bright Little Labs is building a kids’ media giant for the 21st century. We make interactive stories to promote critical thinking, computer science, toilet humour and equality for ALL kids aged 5+.
Website:Bright Little Labs
2- Future Learn
Offers a diverse selection of courses from leading universities and cultural institutions from around the world. These are delivered one step at a time, and are accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop, so you can fit learning around your life.
Website: Future Learn
Almost none of us have the time to read everything we’d like to read. Yet we lose countless hours to activities that bring us little joy such as commuting, chores and staring at our phones. What if we could turn these little blocks of unallocated time into precious and rewarding moments for learning and reflection? Founded in 2012 by four friends, Blinkist now connects 6-million readers worldwide to the biggest ideas from bestselling nonfiction via 15-minute audio and text.
BridgeU was founded to help young people around the world realise their potential, through empowering schools to provide smart, modern university and careers guidance to students.
Perlego p was launched in 2016 and offers access to over 200,000 university textbooks online through a subscription service that only costs £12/month. Users can access the textbooks on their computers or mobile devices. The platform enables functions to ease the studying process, such as highlighting and annotating, and even generates references automatically with a single click.