EdTech

Voting has opened for BusinessCloud’s inaugural EdTech 50 innovation ranking.

Alongside a panel of independent judges, your votes will help celebrate the UK’s most innovative startups, scaleups and established technology firms in the education sector.

A total of 99 companies have been shortlisted for potential inclusion in the EdTech 50, a new annual ranking which focuses on companies creating original tech for early years, school and higher education, as well as workplace development.

On the voting page, available at the below link, we’ve included the names of the shortlisted companies, the city or town and region in which they are based, and a short description of what they do.

EdTech 50: Vote for the most innovative UK education technology firms

Reader voting begins today and will run for seven days, ending at 23:59 on Sunday 23rd January.

The final EdTech 50 ranking, to be decided by a combination of judging panel selections and reader votes – and supported by digital transformation experts Sputnik Digital will be published on Monday 14th February.

Subscribe to our newsletter to be among the first to see the results.

The judging panel:  

  • Sir Ian Livingstone, games pioneer and founder, Livingstone Academy
  • Vikki Liogier, national head of EdTech and digital skills, Education and Training Foundation
  • Rachel Vecht, founder, Educating Matters
  • Jonathan Symcox, editor, BusinessCloud