PH edtech startup is among Asia’s top 100

A Philippine-based educational technology startup made it to the list of Asia’s top 100 in the recently concluded ECHELON Asia Summit on June 14-15, 2023.

Cerebro, a courseware providing ready-made and curriculum-based digital contents for schools that allows teachers to ease their workload and reduce their preparation time by up to 400 hours per year, pitched in front of an international audience at the Singapore Expo during the event hosted by tech-focused media company, e27.

Thousands of startup founders, venture capital firms, investors and enablers participated in the event which marked the return of a full-scale tech conference hosted by e27 since the pandemic.

According to Cerebro CEO Justine Itugot, the company’s goal for participating in the event is to attract investors and explore potential partnership opportunities with key industry players in the Southeast Asian startup community.

At present, Cerebro has completed more than 4,000 e-learning contents covering 129 subjects and comprising 95% of the Philippine Department of Education’s K-12 curriculum, and the team is currently working on repurposing its contents for other English-speaking countries to contribute a global impact in education.

To explore how Cerebro is helping teachers and schools improve the teaching and learning process, schedule a meeting with their e-learning specialist now –