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Kahoot – A SoftBank-backed education start-up could be Europe’s first major tech IPO in 2021

Category: Business News

Online education company Kahoot is “on track” to list on the main Norwegian stock market by the end of March, its CEO told CNBC, after a pandemic-driven boom in digital learning helped the firm post strong growth in 2020.

Source: CNBC

Published: June 1, 2021


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BI becomes co-owner in Kongsberg Innovation for scaling of Norwegian technology and industry

Category: Business News

BI Norwegian Business School becomes co-owner of Kongsberg Innovation and academic partner in a new joint initiative to help Norwegian technology companies realize growth ambitions in China, U.S, and Europe.

Source: BI Norwegian Business School

Published: March 2, 2021


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Kahoot! and Marvel Entertainment team up to help learners around the world become Super Heroes

Category: Business News

With the transition to virtual learning, student engagement has become more important than ever. To engage learners of all ages all around the world, Kahoot! is collaborating with Marvel Entertainment to create a wide collection of ready-to-play kahoots featuring fan-favorite Marvel characters. The learning games within Marvel’s collection are now available on Kahoot! as part of the […]

Source: Kahoot!


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Catalysts Founder & CEO Lisa Cooper Profiled in The Norwegian American

Category: Business News

Lisa Cooper, founder and CEO of Catalysts, was recently profiled in The Norwegian American. The profile highlights her journey from the United States to Norway, her experiences with racism, and her work to build a more inclusive, diverse Norway through initiatives such as founding Catalysts – a non-profit organization that “works across Norway designing and […]

Source: The Norwegian American


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Washington Post: Trump administration backs off plan requiring international students to take face-to-face classes

Category: Business News

The government agreed in court to rescind an edict from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement requiring international students to take classes in person during the worsening pandemic. The rule, announced last week, was viewed as an effort by the Trump administration to pressure colleges into opening in the fall, and it sparked lawsuits from states […]

Source: Washington Post

Published: March 2, 2021


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