With the publication of the 2017 version of our EdTech Startup List Germany, the most recent update of one of our best-selling lists, we thought it to be the right time to release our newly created EdTech Market Brief Germany.
With this report we aim to give our readers an introduction to the educational technology market in Germany, show the opportunities we see in the market as well as point to some of the challenges we know first-hand startups and their investors are faced with.
On six pages this EdTech Market Brief Germany covers all the relevant statistics about the education market and school system, including the most recent PISA results, digital competencies, as well as governmental initiatives and investment to push the digital classroom.
The Market Brief goes on to cover the highly lucrative and competitive, yet largely not standardized private tutoring market in Germany, before coming to our evaluation of the German edtech market and its startups.
The last section of the EdTech Market Brief is based on data gathered from our EdTech Startup List Germany and covers the market in terms of investment, most active investment funds, startup hubs, and most promising verticals for educational technology startups in Germany.
We close by giving the readers of this EdTech Market Brief our analysis of the current landscape, where the market is already largely saturated and where we see the untapped opportunities for new edtech startups to establish themselves in the market.
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