What could the future of education and the future of work look like in a post-pandemic world? With quality and access to education lacking in many areas of the world, this panel explores the ways in which startups and businesses can tackle these problems to make education more equitable.
This panel is moderated by Jon Lo, Cofounder of 505 Economics, and features panelists James Lu Morrissey, Cofounder and President ofMentor Collective, Rohan Shah, Founder and SVP of Classavo, Kian Katanforoosh, Cofounder and CEO of Workera, and Johnathan Wang, Lead Instructional Designer at Classavo. The panel was shot during the ForbesUnder 30 Residency at the Hamilton Princess in Bermuda.
The first-ever Under 30 Residency in Bermuda is designed to connect young entrepreneurs and innovators – both Bermudian and international – to collaborate, mentor and solve for some of the world's most pressing issues. This event will offer attendees the opportunity to share their work and stories with peers, while working closely with local entrepreneurs in Bermuda, all with the goal of elevating global entrepreneurship through personal and business connection.
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