Bengaluru, Thursday, 26 May 2022: Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Intel hosted the second edition of EdTech CXO Mixer in Bengaluru.
The EdTech CXO Mixer (Bengaluru Edition) saw participation from ~50 edtech founders & CXOs who came in to meet and learn about each other’s business and best practices and was addressed by Sunil PP, Lead—Education, Space, and Nonprofits, Amazon Internet Services Private Limited, AWS India and South Asia.
Founders, CEOs, CTOs, and other CXOs from EdTech startups in Bengaluru across different stages attended, including leading innovative startups who use AWS to deliver their EdTech solutions in India and the world. The founders discussed their startup's mission and dived deep into their key business problems.
The organizing team from AWS welcomed the EdTech founders by expressing gratitude for their amazing work adding to the growth of the edtech sector and the impact they are creating for different educational stakeholders.
PP Sunil Acharya said, "We strongly believe in getting the community together through different gatherings like these, hearing from all of you on the key issues you are facing, and joining forces to solve those problems. We are excited to see the great ideas that founders in the edtech community are working on. We always want to be there to empower the community through relevant information and such learning and networking opportunities.”
Talking about the journey with AWS, Hemant Sahal, Founder and CEO of CollPoll, a popular OS for higher education institutions, said, "We have been working with the AWS team since day one. It has been an amazing journey. They have not just helped in providing expertise on cloud services but also supported us to get deeper insights into the EdTech space. AWS has helped us go to the market, and we have done a lot of campaigns with them. AWS has been an excellent partner in our growth, and I look forward to continuing this journey of partnership with them."
Chandrahas Panigrahi, Co-founder of Edukemy, one of the leading UPSC test prep platforms, said, "AWS has been an early partner for Edukemy. We see that their cloud infrastructure and services are impeccable as we have so far faced no challenges. We believe they are true partners as the assigned account managers work with us extremely closely and help us scale and optimize as we grow the business."
Manoj Chawla, Chief Business Officer of Tribyte Technologies, a future-ready Learning Management System, said, "We have been on the AWS Cloud since almost the beginning. We have been operating for the last ten years and scaling up significantly. Many of our deployments are in India, but we have recently started deployments in the US and other international markets. We are extremely happy with AWS, especially for the continuous support we get from them."
AWS aims to help EdTech entrepreneurs build secure, smart, scalable, and cost-effective solutions. AWS and Intel share more than 14 years of a relationship dedicated to developing, building, and supporting cloud services designed to manage the cost and complexity, accelerate business outcomes, and scale to meet current and future computing requirements.
AWS plans to bring more such meetups for edtech founders in different regions across India to support continuous innovation in the edtech ecosystem.