Australian startup Arludo has progressed to the finals of the 2019 Milken-Penn GSE Education Business Plan Competition. Arludo is one of seven startups that have been chosen by a group of high-level judges.
The GSE Milken-Penn Business plan competition is considered the most prestigious and well-funded education business plan competition in the world – attracting over 1,500 submissions from 47 countries.
Michael Kasumovic will pitch Arludo live in Philadelphia on 7 October and compete for over $100,000 in cash and prizes.
It’s fantastic to see Australian EdTech on a global stage and we wish Michael and Arludo every success.
Arludo is an EduGrowth member, a finalist in the 2018 EduGrowth Business Plan Competition and a finalist in the 2019 EduTECH Innovation Alley Pitch Competition.
Milken-Penn Finalists Announcement
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2019 Edugrowth Business Plan Competition