Education technology startup Intersective named as an EY Accelerating Entrepreneur Asia Pacific program winner

And the winner is…

Intersective is very excited to be named one of the 2017 EY Accelerating Entrepreneurs Asia-Pacific program winners – we’d like to thank EY, our customers and team! The EY Accelerating Entrepreneurs program recognises future market leaders from around the world with inspiring visions, global potential and demonstrated growth.

Better connect work and learning through technology

Intersective co-CEO and Co-Founder Wes Sonnenreich said, “We were delighted that EY recognized our vision to better connect work and learning through technology, and the global opportunity for our Practera platform to enable and enhance collaborative project learning programs, tools and apps. Collaborative project learning – programs like internships, apprenticeships, business projects and mentoring schemes – is crucial to developing 21st century skills and is in growing demand by >1bn members of the knowledge economy across higher education, the workplace and knowledge networks. Our Practera platform already supports award-winning collaborative project learning programs for thousands of participants and we are privileged to be rapidly growing with the support of many awesome customers in Australia and around the world.”

Great partnerships drive education technology innovation

Co-CEO and Co-Founder Beau Leese said, “We’ve been delighted to work with EY and in particular Gerald Marion and Kate Griffiths, as part of their mission to build a better working world. For example, Intersective partners with EY on their award-winning Asian Century growth program which has engaged multinational student teams from Universities like UNSW and Melbourne Business School in exploring Asia business opportunities for EY clients like Flight Centre, Lonely Planet, ANZ, CSIRO and Dulux.


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