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uLesson Ranks No.1 in EMEA
Comparing over 540 organizations across 54 categories, Fast Company ranks uLesson No. 1 in its list of “2023 Most Innovative Companies in Europe, Middle East, and Africa” among other notable and amazing brands like Exscientia, Quris AI, Urban Crop Solutions, Sabi, ContractPodAi, Papaya Global, Saatchi & Saatchi London, Lito, and Releaf Paper.
According to Fast Company, “The companies on this year’s list range from ones tackling some of humanity’s biggest problems to ones that have created deceptively simple solutions that make a big impact…”
Over the past 18 months, uLesson Education has made significant strides in improving access to quality education for students in Africa through its innovative achievements. One of its most notable is the uLesson video library which has over 7,000 pre-recorded videos for primary and secondary education curriculum in selected West and East African countries. uLesson learners can access over 18,000 interactive tests, quizzes, and exams with answer keys. Learners can go at their own pace, re-watching videos to ensure mastery of the core curriculum.
Another significant achievement of uLesson is the launch of its learning management system (LMS). The LMS is a robust platform that provides students access to a wide range of educational content, including live video lessons, practice exams, and multiplayer quizzes.
Fast company stated that, “Some uLesson learners have moved from the 50th percentile to the 90th percentile in their class, and the company now has more than 3.5 million app downloads.”
What we learned from ranking No.1
Ranking No.1 as the most innovative company in EMEA further raised our awareness about the importance of the quality of the services we’ve been providing to our learners in Africa and across the world. This also boosts the consistent pride we have in the acknowledgment of our passionate workforce.