Veative and selected startup companies using frontier technology solutions to address complex challenges and create fairer opportunities for children and young people will receive seed funding from UNICEF’s Innovation Fund.
This is our largest investment round to date – bringing the portfolio of start-up investments to 33 – and features two new technology areas.
The Fund selected companies will collaborate within four different cohorts — blockchain, extended reality (XR), Data Science and Internet of Things. The companies will not only benefit from the seed investment provided by UNICEF, but will also gain access to UNICEF’s Ventures team and networks — providing support from technical assistance to networking with industry leaders, as well as creating a community around the open source solutions developed.
Veative is a global provider of VR education and learning simulations for schools and industries. Their STEM library itself boasts 500+ modules of high quality content. With UNICEF’s investment, Veative will be open sourcing part of its content library and making it available to access via WebVR. Veative is present in a number of countries, and has potential to scale its technology to a vast network of schools.
basyony KomsanUNICEF added Veative to the 2019 investment portfolio
Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia’s Youth and Sports Deputy Minister, Steven Sim, gets the Veative Experience at the mydigitalmarker Fair 2018 held at the Axiata Arena on 29th and 30th September 2018, Malaysia.
#mydigitalmaker is a joint initiative by the Ministry of Education (MoE) and Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) to transform Malaysian youth from digital users to producers in the digital economy. The Fair is designed to provide students, teachers and parents a hands-on digital experience by featuring activities such as robotics, drone-making and racing, 3D printing, career talks and digital-based competitions. The #mydigitalmaker Fair 2018 is part of the #mydigitalmaker Movement, an initiative to prepare the next generation for the future of work. The event hosts more than 30,000 Malaysian guests and 20 global companies.
Almotahida Education Group, participated in this fair to showcase its technology and innovation in education. Steven Sim, Deputy Minister Youth and Sports, graced the event with his presence. Almotahida Education Group Malaysia introduced Mr. Sim to Veative, a brand that aims to digitize Malaysia’s education system through Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality. Steven Sim was intrigued by the idea as he experienced what Veative has to offer. The Deputy Minister experienced Virtual Reality and was informed about the Veative STEM library with 500+ modules that are mapped to Malaysian and international curriculum to promote the digitization of STEM education in lower and higher secondary institutions.
Almotahida Education Group continues to revolutionize the education industry by extending its business in Malaysia earlier this year.
basyony KomsanMalaysia’s Youth and ٍSports Deputy Minister gets Veative Experience
AMMAN – Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization (TAG-Org) and Al Motahida Education Group launched an online platform for training called TadribOnline under the patronage of HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh and Chairman of Al Motahida Group Mr. Mohammad Eliwa.
The launch of TadribOnline comes in line with the vision of Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh in disseminating digital education and training attributed to its significance and impact on societies.
basyony KomsanTalal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization and Al Motahida Launch TadribOnline Platform
Ooredoo has announced that Almotahida Education Group will be its education partner in a comprehensive agreement that will provide schools, universities, and other education-related institutions and programmes across Qatar with the highest level of educational technologies and digital content.
The partnership, which was signed by Ooredoo Qatar chief operating officer Waleed al-Sayed and Almotahida Education Group CEO Mohamed Eliwa, will add a new dimension to Ooredoo’s portfolio of educational services.
Under the agreement, Almotahida Education Group will integrate its content and unique technology offerings, including zSpace Virtual Labs, with Ooredoo’s services to provide organisations in the education sector easy access customised curricula, enrichment, and reference materials, as well as immersive STEM educational tools and other smart school technologies.
basyony KomsanOoredoo picks Almotahida Group as education partner