Episode from the podcastTalks with Petri

Personalised learning with service design thinking

Released Sunday, 30th August 2020
Good episode? Give it some love!
Entrepreneur Kadri Tuisk explores the future of education with personalised learning, why she loves design thinking and being outside of her comfort zone. She also talks about startup pivoting and hitchhiking to her first career.

See the episode notes and transcript: https://www.talkswithpetri.com/personalised-learni….

Guest bio

Entrepreneur Kadri Tuisk is the CEO of Clanbeat Education, an ed-tech Saas software that supports accelerating human growth by helping to build human agency through individual growth and community support. Kadri has accelerated her startup with 500 Startups in San Francisco, pivoted a few times, and found market traction in the challenging times of the 2020s. Previously, she has worked in service design and account management positions, and as a professional model.

--------------

All episode notes and transcripts:

http://www.talkswithpetri.com/

Subscribe and listen: Apple iTunes (Podcasts), Google Podcasts, Spotify.

Follow on Twitter.

Talks with Petri -podcast helps startup founders and entrepreneurs to build their business by inspiring and sharing knowledge from other founders, thought leaders and people who are building the future.

The show explores personal stories and experiences with lessons learned. The international guests are building the future in culture, arts, business, economics, technology or they are having big ideas. The real talk conversations go deep but the tone is entertaining. The purpose is always to learn more and share the know-how with others.

If you like the podcast please leave a short review on Apple Podcasts (iTunes) or get me a coffee. You can also send me feedback and suggestions.

Episode Reviews

This episode hasn't been reviewed yet. You can add a review to show others what you thought.

This podcast, its content, and its artwork are not owned by, affiliated with, or endorsed by Podchaser.