eEducation Albert ("Albert"), a leading Nordic EdTech player, has today entered a license agreement with Simya Solutions Ltd. ("Simya") regarding content for language apps for children 13-16 years. Through the agreement, Albert will broaden its product offering in all its markets, with launch planned to take place during the second quarter of 2022.
The licensed content is currently offered through Simya's app Ling, with overall high ratings in App Store and Google Play. Ling is currently used by millions of users in markets mainly outside Europe. Through the collaboration, Albert will be able to offer children 13-16 years the opportunity to learn more languages. Initially, it covers English, German, French, Spanish and Italian. The collaboration is in line with Albert's ambition to broaden the product offering for older children in all its markets. Currently, only mathematics and, in some markets, geography are offered to the older age category.
Arta Mandegari and Salman Eskandari, founders of Albert, said: “Language is high on our customers’ wish list when it comes to new products. We are therefore pleased to initate this collaboration where we will license well-proven content and offer it to the older age categories in all our markets. By offering language learning, we create even better conditions for continued growth, while the licensing structure is a time and cost effective way to evaluate the value of a new service, ahead of the decision to own the content.”
Both integration and launch of the content are planned to the second quarter of 2022. The pilot agreement runs until the end of 2022.
For additional information, please contact:
Arta Mandegari, CEO and Co-founder
Mobile: +46 (0)72 309 64 94
Salman Eskandari, Deputy CEO and Co-founder
Mobile: +46 (0)70 727 93 75