Morphoses: An internet site that supplies tomorrow’s kids

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From left to right: Vasiliki (Ilia) Tzortzopoulou, Alexandros Pithamitsis, Anna Natsvilishvili, Panos Andrikopoulos

Panos Andrikopoulos (25 years old), Anna Natsvlishvili (28 years old), Alexandros Pithaitsis (28 years old), Vasiliki (Ilia) Tzortzopoulou (29 years old)

ΚΛΑΔΟΣ: e-learning – Morphoses

In July 2021, Anna, Ilia, Alexandros and Panos founded the Morphoses platform. An exclusively online space, designed to equip the children of tomorrow with all those skills that contribute to creating a better world. A world without discrimination, exclusion and intimidation.

Morphoses is an e-learning platform that offers live online courses in horizontal skills (human skills or soft skills). It is aimed at primary and secondary school children, connecting students and parents with certified instructors who carry out a series of classes in a small number of classes. Through the Morphoses platform, parents are given the opportunity to choose an instructor and a skills program, so that the content and hours of the meetings fully meet the individual needs of each student. This facilitates the child’s access to a clearly original and interesting road learning experience, pedagogically complete and innovative. Morphoses works with companies that offer service to working parents and educational institutions that want to provide the unique benefits of the program to students, helping to improve their overall educational experience.

The start-up, headquartered in the United Kingdom, is backed by leading tech entrepreneurs. The company has already started commercial partnerships with large companies, which offer the service as a benefit to working parents but also to educational institutions. The great competitive advantage of Morphoses, as stated by its founders, is that it is the first platform in Europe that enables education focused exclusively on horizontal skills (human skills / soft skills) for children.

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Source: Forbes

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