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Co-located Conference September 25-26 Boston, MA

EDchannels logo Two Events — One Location

EDchannels is the only industry conference completely dedicated to exploring all of the emerging go-to-market EDtech trends and strategies. It is the key place for EDtech publishers, developers, and Investors to meet and connect with potential distribution channel partners to accelerate product sales, adoption and plan a path to business success.

  • Alvin Crawford, GM, Education at Public Consulting Group
  • Rita Ferrandino, Arc Capital Development
  • Bidget Foster, SIIA/ETIN
  • Mark Grovic, Co-Founder, New Markets Venture Partners
  • Kathy Hurley, Former VP, Pearson Foundation
  • Chris Lohse, Consultant
  • Glen McCandless, President & Founder, Focus Marketing
  • Angela Nelson, President Stages Learning, EDmarket 1st Vice Chair
  • John Richards, President, cs4ed
  • Bill Triant, VP Strategic Partnerships and Investments, Pearson
  • Randy Wilhelm, CEO & Founder, Knovation

Education industry leaders need to attend to hear the latest best practices in accessing distribution channels.


Key thought-leaders are grappling with how to get innovative EDtech products utilized by educators and students in the learning environments they were designed to impact.

To that end, this co-located event connects edtech companies, developers and publishers with the appropriate reseller channels.

EdWeek Market Brief

As a veteran of the education industry, I cannot emphasize enough how critical it is for your marketing and sales teams to have a channel strategy. Especially with the ESSA legislation giving more power back to the states, it is more important than ever to explore dealers, distributors and business partners. The EDchannels Conference is designed to bring together educators who use different purchasing channels with vendors to help them understand how a good channel strategy can supplement their sales efforts. Anyone in sales and marketing will benefit from attending this conference.

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