Digital Smart Solutions Limited (DSSL), is an innovative UK Education Technology startup committed to the development and deployment of online learning for continuous professional & personal development and tertiary / higher education into an expanding $500 billion niche market.
Our novel approach will transform and disrupt the classic approach to education and the current $5 Trillion education market. Through our knowledge, understanding and expertise we will bring high-quality, accredited, student centric, continous professional & personal development (CPPD) & higher education (HE) online courses to a global audience at an affordable price; where we expect to turnover £100 million a year by 2025 by providing an excellent service to over 100,000 platform users.
The problem with today's education and training market is it is expensive, inefficient and its productivity is plunging. As a team we understand the frustration of students and corporate learners; we share their concerns. We are confident that with the right combination of technology, creativity, flexibility and value for money that our newly created learning communities will embrace this fresh approach.
Our Hyperconnected Student Learning Environment (HSLE) platform business model will revolutionises the delivery of eLearning with a comprehensive, personalised, micro-accrediting service targeting a global audience of over many thousands of students within 5 years.
We have an ambitious 10-year plan to create a technology-assisted future that will fuse a partnership of accredited institutes, companies and world-renowned experts with personalised education services. Our HSLE platform services will allow students to learn when they're ready and how they want to learn, not when and how we're ready to teach them!
Our vision is as "an education technology company that will pioneer a new approach to online digital training and education by developing a valued active learning experience personalised through a creative, collaborative, micro-accredited environment."
The World Economic Forum predicts that 52% of the Global Workforce (some 2+ Billion people) will need to upskill their digital knowledge within the next 5 years. Already, 73% of companies report a skill shortage in their industry... and 57% of current jobs are at risk with automation.
Where will this necessary training and upskilling be conducted?