Malaysian EdTech company joins forces in Europe to promote Mobile Learning

Beeducation Adventures Sdn Bhd (BeED) joins forces with European-based School OS to launch its next-gen fully customisable Learning Management System (LMS) at the recent Mobile World  Congress (MWC19) in Barcelona.

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Co-Founders of BEED (Jimmy Koay and Michael Chian, far left) and Representative of School OS (Vlad far right) at MWC

As an EdTech startup, BeED strives to provide the best in m-Learning and to empower people through education. Since its official launch in May 2017, BeED has blazed a path through the EdTech industry, winning the 2018  Malaysian APICTA Awards for Inclusion & Community Services (Education), and emerging as a finalist for the 2018 Reimagine Education Awards and Asean Impact Challenge. BeED also graduated as the first Asian company to be accepted into Helsinki-based xEdu, Europe’s leading business accelerator for education technology, and is certified by the Finnish-Kokoa Standard for the quality of its EdTech learning solutions.

“BeED intends to bring about a new future for education, where learning does not only take place within an educational institution, but everywhere in the world around us. Our stance on EdTech is that it should be used for more than just providing greater interactivity and engagement to learning – it should also augment the efficiency of educators so that they can focus solely on what they do best – teaching,” said Michael Chian, founder.

Based on market research and client feedback, BeED’s success is built strongly upon the maturity of its web and mobile platforms, the innovation of its academic content and commitment to pedagogical excellence.

MWC Barcelona is the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry, which strives to bring together the latest innovations, cutting-edge technology and tech visionaries to explore the trendiest topics influencing the global mobile community. BeED had the privilege to showcase alongside more than 2,400 leading companies to chart the future landscape of the mobile tech industry.  

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