Education technology has become a necessity in recent years. Times are changing, and the fact is that technology can reach students in a way that traditional teaching methods simply can’t anymore. Many schools are beginning to adapt to this change, giving new edtech startups like Crescerance a new market to grow in.
Based out of Atlanta, Crescerance develops personalized mobile solutions for schools and the students and parents within those schools. The app allows you to send alerts, post content, share pictures, videos and event calendars, coordinate fundraising campaigns and interact more frequently and efficiently with your educational institution.
- Founded in 2011 by husband and wife duo Namit and Alefiya Bhatia
- “We are the only education technology-focused company that has an online platform that allows students to build skills that allow them to program,” says Namit Bhatia.
- Is privately held and has a team of 35 people located in both the US and India.
- Has provided mobile solutions for over 100 educational institutions in America and worldwide.
- Increases community engagement in educational institutions by over 70%
- Recently launched MAD-learn, a mobile app development program for students.
- Creates truly native apps across iPhone, iPad, Windows8 and Android phone/tablet.
- Received $140,000 of funding from Maheshwari Investments Private Limited last November.
- Bhatia states on their connection to Atlanta, “Atlanta is a strong hub for education technology…it is becoming the hub for our kind of business.”