Twin Cities Startup Week 2021 Twin Cities Startup Week 2021
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Managing Fast-paced Growth for Emerging EdTech Companies

Eli Maloley
Vivacity Tech PBC, Founder & CEO

Experienced Chief Executive Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the computer hardware industry. Skilled in Coaching, Sales, Team Building, Management, and Account Management. Strong business development professional graduated from HBX | Harvard Business School.

Peter Bohacek
Pivot Interactives SBC, Co-Founder & CEO

Former high school physics teacher turned entrepreneur. Pivot Interactives is a new genre in science education. Interactive video of events and phenomena, combined with interactive measurement tools allow students to explore, observe, analyze real events. Guided instructions, integrated data tables and graphing, mean that students can conduct authentic science investigation online.

Carlos Seoane
Extempore, Co-Founder & CEO

Extempore was launched in 2017 as a nights-and-weekends project. The platform is now used by hundreds of schools and universities around the world, with a net retention rate above 100%.  Extempore is changing the way languages are taught.

Jenni Severson
Vivacity Tech PBC, Director of People and Culture

Vivacity Tech PBC is the first and only Public Benefit Corporation (PBC) to provide technology to schools. Our efforts go far beyond selling products and begin with our team forming long-lasting partnership focused on school districts success. As we have grown, so has our opportunity to make an impact in schools across the country. It started with donating technology to classrooms and has since expanded to providing every employee with special PTO for

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How have edtech founders been able to deal with rapid growth?  What challenges have they encountered? What has worked? What lessons have they learned?

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There is a large paid parking lot right next to the T3 building (323 N Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55401).