The developments and innovations in learning tools, delivery methods, and digital technology have revolutionized global e-learning market with regards to its revenue and profitability quotient. Increasing numbers of e-learning programs coupled with the growing prevalence of online education across a myriad range of geographies is set to carve out a lucrative roadmap for e-Learning market outlook in the ensuing years.

Speaking of the so far penetration of this fraternity, in 2016, the global e-learning industry stood at USD 150 billion. With a projected CAGR of 5% over the coming seven years, this market is expected to hit a remarkable valuation of USD 200 billion by 2024, claims Global Market Insights, Inc. Emerging corporate trends and the escalating popularity of online or internet-based learning programs are some of the pronounced factors fueling the e-learning market demand globally.

Instances validating the increasing penetration of e-learning tools include the CityCab’s launch of web-based training programs to provide linguistic training to taxi drivers in order to improve their communication with the commuters. Another such move was recorded when Infosys Ltd. entered in an agreement with three firms including Udacity Inc., EdX Inc., and Coursera Inc., to train their personnel on Artificial Intelligence via e-learning tools. Reportedly, The Indian Department of Electronics and Information Technology is also embracing e-learning centered research and development activities in some of the renowned institutions including IIT and C-DAC.

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Gamification is one of the recent trends characterizing the innovation landscape of e-learning industry, as this category of education has recorded a rather high rate of engagement by the learners along with providing a better understanding of the related concepts.  The recent implementation of this trend was through McDonald, when the company partnered with City & Guilds Kineo to provide the till training on how to use a cash register. Reportedly, the process turned out to be highly effective and purposeful. The training involved real-time situations that required the learner to take customer orders in timed environment. As per reliable sources, over 85% of the users believed that learning via gamification learning helped them in better understanding new systems and improved their overall performance.

With such series of groundbreaking events, global e-learning market is certain to witness a rather substantial momentum in the coming years. Speaking of the geographical landscape, with significant rise in the enrollment of online programs and advanced learning methodologies, countries such as U.S., UK, India, China, and Australia are projected to be some of the most profitable avenues for the e-Learning industry growth.

Speaking along similar lines, North America, being one of the mature regions pertaining to the e-learning market penetration, is expected to lead the global industry landscape over the coming seven years. Escalating adoption of m-learning and e-learning tools, which are becoming a preferred and viable choice for the corporate training programs, is one of the major factors driving the regional trends. Moreover, having an upper hand with regards to technological innovations, the region will further procure a major chunk of the global e-learning market share.

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However, taking into consideration the future scope, where niche markets will witness a strong growth potential, Asia Pacific is deemed to be another significant region to exhibit a high demand for e-learning models. Industry analysts speculate that the widespread governmental initiatives to boost literacy and educational programs especially in the rural areas have rapidly escalated e-Learning market size in the region. Example supporting this fact is the initiative taken by HRD Ministry of Government of India with regards to launching NPTEL program as an e-learning approach to pursue courses in science, engineering, and humanities. Furthermore, increasing popularity of mobile technology in the region has further provided a major push to Asia Pacific e-learning industry size.

Speaking of the competitive and strategic terrain, most of the e-learning market players are vigorously working toward bringing technology and education under one roof. M&As, partnerships, and product & solution innovations are few of the major growth tactics adopted by the industry participants. Over the coming years, the fraternity is expected to witness a highly intense competitive landscape, where technology innovations will be one of the most renowned success parameters. With these trends, it is rather overt for the e-learning industry to be coined as one of the most innovative business domains, with a huge potential for developments in the coming years.

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Rockefeller-Backed Venture Capital Firm Enters Crypto Market

The Rockefeller family’s venture-capital arm is moving into cryptocurrencies. Venrock (“Venture” plus “Rockefellers”) is partnering with the cryptocurrency investor group, CoinFund, to help entrepreneurs launch blockchain-based businesses.

“We wanted to partner with this team that has been making investments and actually helping to architect a number of different crypto economies and crypto token-based projects,” Venrock partner David Pakman told Fortune.

Venrock reportedly has $2.6 billion in assets under management. The Rockefeller dynasty is one of the richest families in the world, with an estimated net worth topping $1 trillion.

Not Interested In Short-Term Profits

Pakman said Venrock is less concerned about short-term profits than in making a long-term investment in blockchain technology and the virtual currency industry.

“There are a lot of crypto traders in the market,” Pakman said. “There are a lot of cryptocurrency hedge funds. This is different. To us, it looks a little bit more like venture capital.”

CoinFund was founded in 2015 and is based in Brooklyn, New York. The group has invested in a number of blockchain projects, including Kik, the instant messenger app maker.

Another CoinFund client is CoinList, a technology platform that helps companies launch regulation-compliant ICOs.

Rockefellers family Partners With Cryptocurrency Group On Blockchain
Rockefeller Center, a New York City landmark, was commissioned by the Rockefeller family. (Photo: Pixabay)

The Securities and Exchange Commission has recently cracked down on fraudulent ICOs. Despite the SEC’s harsh take-downs of these allegedly bogus ICOs, SEC Chair Jay Clayton insisted the agency does not think all ICOs are frauds.

Clayton said ridding the nascent crypto ecosystem of con artists will benefit the industry by getting rid of the scammers who give the space a bad name.

“If we don’t stop the fraudsters, there is a serious risk that the regulatory pendulum – the regulatory actions – will be so severe that they will restrict the capacity of this new security,” Clayton reasoned.

Marriage of Old Money and New Tech

CoinFund co-founder Jake Brukhman told Fortune his company is excited about the influx of Establishment Money into the budding crypto market, saying it will boost New York’s cryptocurrency scene.

“We’ll be working closely with [VenRock] to help mentor, advise, and support teams in the space,” Brukhman said. “We’re trying to cultivate a unique synergy between teams as we see more experienced founders and more traditional tech startups taking up blockchain.”

The entry of the financial Old Guard like the Rockefellers is another signal that cryptocurrencies and blockchain — the technology that undergirds bitcoin — have gotten too hyped to ignore and too big to dismiss.

Indeed, many of the top business schools in the world, including Wharton and Stanford, have expanded their MBA course offerings to include classes on bitcoin, crypto, and blockchain.

“We’re at the point where there’s a critical mass to teach this domain,” said Kevin Werbach, a professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. “There will be a real phenomenon in business for the foreseeable future. And five years down the road, there won’t be too many major business schools that don’t offer similar classes.”

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