• Advertising

Developing a Digital Market in Africa

eLearningworld News Still struggling with building the single digital market in Europe, EU from this experience is now helping Africa to unleash the transformative power of e-commerce on the continent. This should be seen in the light of that e.g. a 10% increase in internet access gives a 1.2% push to per capita gross domestic product (GDP). In some parts of Africa, the broadband access is as low as 16%, which means that increased connectivity… Continue reading

Billions to innovative start-ups in Europe

eLearningworld News As SME’s are the today’s and the future main engines of economic growth, where promoting entrepreneurship and startup are a key to success. The EU Commission and European Investment Fund (EIF) is now launching a Pan-European Venture Capital Funds-of-Funds programme called VentureEU. The purpose for VentureEU is to boost investment in innovative start-up and scale-up companies across Europe to improve the prerequisites of commercial success. EU will finance the programme with €410 million,… Continue reading

Latest News: 86% of the Germans want more digital education in schools, new survey shows

eLearningworld News from Germany Germans see many benefits with more use of digital tools and services in school, this is the main results of a new survey on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). In this spirit 79 percent of respondents said that the increased use of digital technologies in education is indispensable in order to be prepared for the challenges of the 21st century, while 67 percent of respondents said… Continue reading

Latest News: Education-level in European Cities, No1 is?

eLearningworld News from the EU The post-industrial society has often been termed the knowledge-based society, from Eurostat has published statistics that shows the level of education in European cities. The winner with the highest degree of concentration of graduates is by far London. BBC concluding with a question: Is London going to be a new kind of city state, based on a graduate economy? Especially, since it is to a large extent differing in educational level… Continue reading