Welcome to BusinessCloud’s EdTech 50 ranking for 2024.

Tapestry by the Foundation Stage Forum Ltd. tops the third annual ranking of the 50 most innovative UK companies creating original technology for education and workplace development.

Following the creation of a 98-strong shortlist, the final ranking was decided by a combination of selections from an expert judging panel and a public vote among readers of BusinessCloud.

You can click on the company names to see what they do. Businesses wishing to purchase an extended profile, including a logo, website links and content promotion, can email editor Jonathan Symcox here.

The ranking is supported by digital transformation experts Sputnik Digital.

We also polled the top 50 and gathered views from judges to quantify and reflect technology trends in education and workplace development. The 2024 EdTech Insights report found that there has been an acceleration in the adoption of tech in the last 12 months but the sector remains lacking when it comes to accessibility and inclusion.

Read the 2024 EdTech Insights report

The judges

Rachel Vecht, director, Educating Matters

Rachel Vecht, founder, Educating Matters

Educating Matters provides guidance on inclusion, changing cultures and bespoke training through seminars, webinars, workshops, 1:1 coaching, resources & videos.

Professor Denise Whitelock, The Open University

Professor Denise Whitelock, director, The Open University’s Institute of Educational Technology

The Open University’s Institute of Educational Technology (IET) is a global leader in the field of pedagogy, known for advancing open and distance learning globally.

Caroline Wright, director, EdTech Exchange

Caroline Wright, director, EdTech Exchange

The EdTech Exchange is a vibrant community of EdTech founders and others working in the education sector – all committed to improve outcomes for learners and educators.

Jonathan Symcox, editor, BusinessCloud & TechBlast

Jonathan Symcox, editor, BusinessCloud

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