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Learnosity named on TIME Magazine’s inaugural list of the World’s Top EdTech Companies  

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Learnosity, the global leader in digital assessment solutions, has been ranked 16th on TIME Magazine’s inaugural list of the World’s Top EdTech Companies.  

The Dublin-based company, which operates with partners globally, is the first ranked Irish edtech business and third highest-ranking for a European organization on the list, which recognizes the top 250 leading forces in the edtech industry. 

Gavin Cooney, CEO and Co-Founder of Learnosity said of the ranking: “To see our company so high up the list in TIME’s ’World Top Edtech Companies of 2024’ just confirms the scale of our impact and it’s given me a real ’Look, ma!’ moment! But it’s mission acknowledged, not mission accomplished—not yet. 

“We’re continuing to bring to market a new wave of AI-based innovations that’ll improve assessment in so many ways. As the saying goes, ’A rising tide lifts all boats’. Our goal with every product improvement, every piece of innovation, and every new feature is to help drive an entire industry forward and improve how learners learn.” 

Learnosity was founded on the principle of delivering world-class online assessment experiences, with inclusion on this list a testament to its ongoing innovation and impact. 

Gavin continues, “I get real satisfaction from hearing customers tell us they love what Learnosity makes possible for them—better products, better assessment experiences, and better outcomes for the 40 million learners using our tech. I’m buzzing about the future. We’re just hitting our stride.” 

This prestigious award is presented by TIME and Statista Inc. and recognizes the world’s leading companies producing innovative educational technologies and services. 

TIME’s World’s Top EdTech Companies list recognizes companies focused on developing educational technologies, products, or services. Using high-quality data gathered by Statista and its data partners, TIME ranked companies across two key criteria: 

  • Industry impact: quality and impact of the product of service portfolio, and the quality and value of the company’s intellectual property were analysed. 
  • Financial strength: revenue, funding data, and company disclosures were analysed. 

To learn more about Learnosity’s latest innovations in assessment, watch this on-demand webinar delving into our AI roadmap.