March Pitch Nights

March Pitch Nights

Thanks to all the companies that pitched at our events in Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide. Photograph courtesy of

Melbourne – 14 March

Teaching Me – Rachel Liu and Bruno Thiel TeachingMe is a free online site providing education and tuition help, learning resources and local classes.

Our Home App – Jules Malseed-Harris Whether it’s housework or homework, OurHome’s gamified task system will keep your family humming.

E-Verify – Shilp Singh E-Verify helps streamline international student admissions with verified video interviews.

GradeXpert – Art Lytas GradeXpert is a Student Information System, including data management, analytics and reporting, that is an affordable, flexible and fully customisable solution for K-12 schools.

Machinam – Jillian Kenny Machinam IRL makes high school maths class engaging and relevant to real life.

Adelaide – 22 March

RAWRobotics – Lachlan Robinson (Adelaide) and Lindsay Watt (Brisbane) Bringing real world robotics to classrooms with their educational platform. Delivering learning outcomes above and beyond what’s currently available​.

PhoneLabs – Sivam Krish PhoneLabs turns any phone into a science lab.

Ademark Group – Mark Ademark Ademark Group is a business coaching and training provider who offers business owners, managers and senior executives total business coaching and training programmes across a wide range of industries and sectors. They are bringing their tested coaching techniques to Australian schools.

EduFolios – Selena Woodward Edufolios is an online digital portfolio builder designed specifically to meet the needs of Australian teachers.

Brisbane – March 23

Celebrate Learning – Amy Damant Celebrate Learning brings together awesome online and in person learning experiences available and makes it easy to choose experiences based on price, popularity and more.

Adepto –  Michael Derwent (pictured above) Adepto enables schools to attract, engage and manage their previous, current and contingent workers.

Digital Technologies Institute – Karsten Schultz The Blueberry from Digital Technologies Institute is original hardware for teaching students computer sciences.

Break Thr-U – Rhys Cassidy BreakThrU is a social learning journey platform, so children and parents are can track their entire learning journey.

Future-U – Jonathan Nalder Future-U exists to help everyone through the massive transition new technology is bringing to the worlds of work and learning. We start with a new mindset – ‘today’s learners need to know how to make their own jobs if they are to thrive tomorrow’, and go from there to sharing the actual meta-skills that make this real.