Session Spotlight: Entrepreneurialism and Business

Written by Jessica MacCall | November 20, 2012

Photo by Dan SlutskyEntrepreneurial energy paving a new landscape for learning. Check out the Concurrent Sessions and workshops focused on Entrepreneurialism and Business, accepted to present at SXSWedu, March 4-7, 2013 in Austin, Texas.

Don't forget to register to attend by January 11 to save over 25% off the walkup rate.

Concurrent Sessions

Business Models That Work in Education Technology
Sundeep Peechu (Felicis Ventures)
Paul Freedman (AltiusEd)
Andrew D'Souza (Top Hat Monocle Corp)
Ki Mei (GigaOm)

EdTech Entrepreneurs: Are They the Next Superheroes
Sean Conway (Chegg)
Carolina Nugent (KinderTown)
Bharani Rajakumar (LearnBop)
Michael Koetting (Hoot.Me)

Making Public / Private Partnerships Work
Robert Mendenhall (Western Governors University)
Brian Kibby (McGraw-Hill Higher Education)
Pedro Reyes (University of Texas System)
Frank Lyman (MyEdu)

Off-the-Shelf Education: Are Courses a Commodity?
Ellen Wagner (WCET)
Mickey Revenaugh (Connections Learning)
Michael Horn (Innosight Institute)
Myk Garn (StraighterLine, Inc.)

The Double Bottom Line for Education Entrepreneurs
Mohsen Shahini (Top Hat Monocle)
Jennifer Carolan (New Schools Seed Fund)
Joseph Wilson (MaRS Discovery District)

The New EdTech Ecosystem - Will it Survive?
Charlie Bufalino (Rocketship Education)
Tim Brady (Imagine K12)
Frank Chien (LearnSprout)
Tony Wan (EdSurge)


Entrepreneurial Leadership Through Design Thinking
Jennifer Vermillion (Springside Chestnut Hill Academy)
Rahilla Zafar (Springside Chestnut Hill Academy)

Rapid Market Innovation in Educational Products
Theodore Nielsen (ThoughtWorks)
Amy Donahue (Ascend Learning)
John Jarosz (ThoughtWorks)