The self-proclaimed 'personal growth learning platform’ currently serves 15 million users in 80 countries.
The pandemic has impacted entrepreneurship dramatically, as it has with life as we know it in general. It has accelerated the need for certain innovations that we had previously tiptoed towards, which in turn has presented bountiful opportunities.
One sector that has boomed is edtech as a direct response and reaction to increased remote learning, with startups - locally, regionally and internationally - looking to fill in the gaps of this brave new world.
The latest comes in the form of US-based global e-learning platform, MindValley, which is set to enter the MENA region through a partnership with Injaz Egypt. The self-proclaimed 'personal growth learning platform’ has, since launching in 2003, cemented its position as a key resource for what it calls ' human transformation', as well as entrepreneurships, giving users access to some of the best teachers and tutors on the planet.
With its arrival in the MENA region, Injaz Egypt founder, Dina El Mofty, sees it as a prime opportunity to empower and equip emerging entrepreneurs. The platform currently serves 15 million users across 80 different countries, a measure of its impact and popularity in the often intangible areas of leadership and teamwork.
How MindValley’s arrival will play out is yet to be seen, with dates and details yet to be revealed.