Copenhagen-based startup Eduflow is acquired by Multiverse, a London-based training company. Eduflow gives students a more engaging learning experience with custom learning flows while Multiverse, an England-based career platform, provides services such as talent identification and corporate training for educational institutions and businesses. The collaboration aims to bolster the technological infrastructure supporting apprenticeships and create an even more personalized and effective learning experience for apprentices.
By integrating Eduflow’s technology and team into Multiverse’s existing stack, apprentices will benefit from more specialization to ensure their skills are directly applicable to their careers; and a greater level of peer learning, to help build the connections, communication skills, and teamwork necessary to thrive.
Eduflow CEO David Kofoed Wind said: “When it comes to learning the skills needed to navigate the workplace, it’s clear that the future of learning isn’t lectures and textbooks, it’s delivered through the transformational power of working and learning combined. By integrating Eduflow’s technology and team into Multiverse’s existing stack, apprentices will benefit from more specialization to ensure their skills are directly applicable to their careers, and a greater level of peer-learning, to help build the connections, communication skills and teamwork necessary to thrive.”
Eduflow and Multiverse are united by a belief that the future of learning is delivered through the transformational power of working and learning combined. Together they can be at the forefront of that future.
The move by Multiverse represents their first acquisition and will mean they can give greater levels of personalization to apprentices, ensuring the skills that they learn are relevant and delivered more effectively. The’re also welcoming Ujjwal Singh to Multiverse as their first Chief Product and Technology Officer. Ujjwal joins from Meta, where he led the development of Facebook’s suite of workplace tools, and has driven product innovation at Google and GoFundMe.
Ujjwal said: “Even after all the studying I’ve done, my best lessons came from the workplace, not the classroom. That’s why I was so driven by the mission of Multiverse, and the opportunity to build the future of applied learning.”