Access to Funding Becomes Easier – Growth Group lists on MARKedPlace

Growth Institute, part of the Growth Group is a specialist Education company focused on: Management Education, Skills Development and Enterprise Development.  Most of The Growth Institute’s Clients are companies who wish to optimise B-BBEE Spend, Skills Development and available Tax Rebates. The company is also aimed at School leavers who did not succeed in enrolling as full time students at “traditional institutions as well as client employees, who wish to obtain a qualification or who want to improve their current qualifications. Clients and students can choose to enroll for one of three Commercial, Technical and hospitality Management Studies programmes.

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MARKedPlace invite you to #JoinTheEdVolution

MARKedPlace SA’S #1 EDUCATION TRADING PLATFORM BUY, SELL & FUND education, training and skills development

EDTECH IS ALIVE AND THRIVING IN SOUTH AFRICA.  THE ‘SILICON SAVVY’ IN OUR TOWN HAVE BEEN QUIETLY CREATING THE FUTURE, FROM ONLINE LEARNING TRAILBLAZERS GETSMARTER, TO PIONEERING CROWD FUNDERS FEENIX, SA ENTREPRENEURS ARE MAKING THEIR MARK ON THE EDTECH WORLD STAGE.   THE LATEST ADDITION TO THIS ILLUSTRIOUS LIST IS MARKedPLACE, A MULTISIDED PLATFORM COORDINATING THE BUYING, SELLING AND FUNDING OF SOUTH AFRICAN TERTIARY EDUCATION.

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A Lesson from Tinder to help solve SA’s Tertiary Education Crisis

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What is required is a centralised system to help organise and coordinate the needs and activities of education buyers, sellers and funder’s all the role-players connected in a simple, effective, efficient and easy to use online platform.

SWIPE RIGHT TO LIKE SOMEONE, LEFT TO PASS, GET MATCHED, CHAT, CONNECT.  WHAT IF COORDINATING EDUCATION WAS THIS SIMPLE?  TELL US WHO YOU ARE, WHAT YOU NEED, THEN GET MATCHED, GET FINANCED, GET ENROLLED.   SIMPLE, EFFICIENT, SAFE.

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